Street Encounters

The following posts are a collection of interesting, and often humrous, conversations I've had with strangers while out photographing in public on the streets.

Posts Tagged With Street Encounters

The Woman Who Just Had To See My Camera

Published August 2, 2017 in Photography Journal

A story about a conversation about my Mamiya 6 that was eavesdropped on.

D.R. Martin: Streets of Duluth: 1968-1971

Published December 1, 2016 in Photography Journal

Web gallery for the photography exhibition D.R. Martin: Streets of Duluth: 1968-1971 that was on display during the summer of 2016

The Man Who Was Looking At A Nikon

Published October 17, 2010 in Photography Journal

Story of a random encounter I had with a man who wanted to buy a Nikon Camera.

So I was out shooting my RB67 one day...

Published March 9, 2010 in Photography Journal

A goodhearted laugh I had with another photographer at some confusion between my Mamiya RB67, and a digital camera.

The night a cop tried to arrest me for doing street photography.

Published October 3, 2009 in Photography Journal

The tale of the night I encountered an overzealous police officer who insisted I was a sex offender.

Aftermath: Reactions By Strangers After Being Photographed

Published July 1, 2009 in Photography Journal

Sharing stories of the conversations that happen after being busted while doing street photography.


Published June 22, 2009 in Reflections On Photography

Street Photography? Is it rude?