Happy Thanksgiving, good people!
This week, Chicago based documentary photographer, Nima Taradji, stays up late to join us in our very first StreetPX Studio+ Experience.
A old friend of Casper and Jim, we are proud to have Nima connect with us to share his personal documentary projects and how he goes about creating them. Fantastic subjects, ranging from Delia, a transgendered female, to his upcoming trip to a couple of villages in northern Alaska to report on their facing imminent danger of complete land loss.
If you’re interested in photographic projects, this is your show.
Apologies in advance for the sound issues. The audio gods taught us the limits of Google+ Hangouts, as well as the unforgiving nature of electronics interference, but have no fear… we worked our magic to the best of our ability.
Oh, and I can’t forget to say congrats to Peter Rosos, the winner of our contest for the Lenspen Mini Pro. We’ll get in touch with you soon to get this bad boy to you.
Enough rambling… It’s time to hit play and let us know what you think in the comments below.
This is StreetPX….. and the street awaits.
Some samples of Nima Taradji’s work:
- Documentary Photography
- Editorial Photography
- Flickr Profile
- Lens Culture Profile
- Facebook Page
- Nima on Twitter
- Documentary Work
- Street Work
- Hossein Fatemi
- Matthew Rolston
- Greg Gorman
- Axelle Horstmann
- Andrew Steiner
- Satoki Nagata
- Brian Sokolowski
Sharing how they got to where they are and why they chose to do what they do.
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