The Candid Frame #162 - Joel Meyerowitz



Joel Meyerowitz is an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in over 350 exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world. He was born in New York in 1938. He began photographing in 1962. He is a “street photographer” in the tradition of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Frank, although he works exclusively in color. As an early advocate of color photography (mid-60’s), Meyerowitz was instrumental in changing the attitude toward the use of color photography from one of resistance to nearly universal acceptance. His first book, Cape Light, is considered a classic work of color photography and has sold more than 100,000 copies during its 30-year life. He is the author of 17 other books, including the newly released book by Aperture,Legacy: The Preservation of Wilderness in New York City Parks.You can find out more about Joel and his work by visiting his website.

Listen to our first interview with Joel on Episode 19 of the Candid Frame. 

Click on the image above for more information on his latest book, Taking My Time. Visit the Phaidon website to view the short video mentioned by Joel in our interview. 


Joel recommends the work of Paul Strand  and Alex Soth 



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The Candid Frame #131 - Jerod Foster




Jerod Foster is a Texas-based magazine/editorial and travel photographer. His photographic efforts focus on environmental portraiture and natural history, where he is able to devote visual resources to telling individual stories through the photographic medium and multimedia concerted projects. His background growing up in rural ranch country partially inspires him to seek through stories out among his surrounding cultural environment. He is also the author of Storytellers: A Photographer's Guide to Developing Themes  and Creating Stories with Pictures. You can discover more about Jerod and his work by visiting his website and his blog.

Jerod Foster recommends the work of Jim Richardson.

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The Candid Frame #116 - William George Wadman



William George Wadman is an editorial portrait photographer whose work regularly appears in TIME magazine, BusinessWeek, The New York Times, and La Monde to name just a few. His approach was developed by a personal 365 Project in which he created a portrait a day for a year, which he posted on his blog, which eventually drew much attention and helped create a presence for him as an up and coming photographer. Whether photographing the famous or the not-so-famous, he brings a straight-forward and interesting approach to images of people. You can discover more about Bill and his work by visiting his website or his blog. He also produces a podcast, Circuitous Conversations with Bill and Dan.

Bill Wadman recommends the work Sylvia Plachy.

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The Candid Frame #103 - Jo Ann Santangelo

Jo Ann Santangelo is a documentary photographer whose career with a camera began as a pedi-cab driver in Austin, Texas. While studying at the International Center of Photography, she began a project documenting veterans impacted by the United State's Don't Ask Don't Tell policy. She has recently finished traveling across the country where she created a series of portraits with these veterans. Her documentary projects revolve around community and putting faces and revealing the stories of the parts of our communities that many of us do not or choose not to see. You can discover more about her work by visiting her website.

If you are listening to this show during the week of November 7th and are in the New York area, you can catch the opening of her exhibition Proud to Serve on November 11, 2010. Click here for details.

Jo Ann Santangelo recommends the work of Darcy Padilla.

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The Candid Frame #97 - Paul Gero


Paul Gero is a portrait and wedding photographer who began his photographic career as a photojournalist. The demands of his early work has had a big influence on his approach for capturing the special and fleeting moments of not only his clients, but his own family. There is a seamlessness between his professional and personal work which reminds us that images created from the heart are not only beautiful, but memorable and full of impact. You can discover more of his work by visiting in daily blog and his commercial website.

Paul Gero recommends the work of Josef Koudelka.

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The photograph of Paul and his family was created by former TCF guest, Daniel Milnor. You can listen to my interview with Dan by clicking here.

The Candid Frame #96 - Anthony Barboza


Anthony Barboza is a self-taught artist, photographer, writer and historian He began his photographic career in 1964 with the Kamoinge Workshop. In 1969 he opened a commercial photo studio in New York City and has continued to do advertising and editorial spreads for magazines throughout the past three decades. Barboza has lectured at the International Center of Photography, Oberlin College, Ohio Univ., Museum of School of Fine Arts of Boston, Lowell Univ., Rochester Institute of Tech., Rhode Island School of Design, Wadsworth Antheneum of Hartford and was a guest instructor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He was the recipient of grants for photography from the New York State Council of the Arts in 1974 and 1976; the National Endowment for the Arts in 1980; and NYFA-New York Foundation for the Arts in 2002. In 1980 he self-published a book titled "Black Borders" with text by Ntozake Shange & Steven Barboza.You can find out more about him and his work by visiting his website.

Anthony Barboza recommends the work of Bill Brandt.

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The Candid Frame #93 - Bruce Osborn


Bruce Osborn was born in Southern California and raised on its surf and skateboard culture. After graduating from the University of the Pacific with a BA in Fine Art, he studied Photography at Art Center College of Design. He began working for Phonograph Record Magazine as their photographer and photo editor and also did free lance photography for other music related businesses. In 1980 Bruce moved to Japan where he is a well known commercial photographer and filmmaker. He is most known for the Oyako project, which has provided him the opportunity to photograph Japanese parents and their children, to the point that it's become a national event. You can discover his work by visiting his website, flickr account and the Oyako website.

Bruce Osborn recommends the work of Shoji Ueda.

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The Candid Frame #91 - Jeff Dunas



Jeff Dunas is a fine art, portrait and documentary photographer who has amassed an amazing body of work focusing on the nude, blues musicians and street photography. He is also the founder of of the Palm Springs Photography festival which brings together the best photographers, curators, editors and educators. It was one of the best events revolving around photography held in this country and includes workshops, presentations and portfolio reviews. You can discover more about Jeff's work by visiting his website.

You can find out more about the Palm Spring Photo Festival by visiting its website.

Jeff Dunas recommends the work of Wingate Paine.

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The Candid Frame #85 - Dan Winters


Dan Winters is a photographer who has been admired and honored for his work as a portraitist and illustrator. His iconic images of celebrity have adorned the covers of numerous magazines including Texas Monthly, The New York Times Magazine, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, Discover, Wired and many more. His commercial clients have included Nike, Sony, Saturn, Dreamworks and Twentieth Century Fox. He is also respected for his work in still-life and illustrations. You can discover more of his work by visiting his website.

Dan Winters recommends the work of Frederick Sommer.

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The Candid Frame #83 - Darryl Sivad



Darryl Sivad picked up his first camera in high school. Richard Avedon invited Sivad to join him in New York City for a rare opportunity – a two-year internship. A delay in transitioning from Detroit to New York cost him that opportunity. However, highly regarded photographer Anthony Barboza did engage Sivad as an assistant.

It was here that Sivad was able to refine his own vision as a photographer. Sivad’s passion for photography continues alongside his career as an actor/writer. His images can also be seen in the following publications Black: A Celebration of Culture; I Shook Up the World; Saturday Night/Sunday Morning and Black Renaissance/Black Noire. Sivad has exhibited nationally including most recently at the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, the Leica Gallery, the Wadsworth Atheneum of Art, The African American Museum in Philadelphia, PA and the California African American Museum. His work is also in the permanent collections of the Museum of the African Diaspora and the Smithsonian Institute.

Sivad’s film and television career has included being a series regular, recurring and guest star on Friends, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The Jamie Foxx Show, ER, The Naked Truth, NYPD Blue, Two and a Half Men, Talkin’ Dirty After Dark, Fear of a Black Hat and A Cinderella Story. You can discover more about his career and work by visiting his website.

Also check out a funny short-film, he co-wrote and stars in called The Playmaker.

Darryl Sivad recommends the work of Albert Fennar.

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The Candid Frame #82 - Lynn Goldsmith


Lynn Goldsmith is a legendary portrait, commercial and fine-art photographer who has photographed many of the great entertainers of film, television and music including Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Patti Smith and Miles Davis, just to name a few. Her photographs have appeared on the covers of Life, Newsweek, Time, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, People, and more. She has also created a body of fine-art photography which includes a remarkable series of self-portraits. You can discover more of her work by visiting her website.

Lynn Goldsmith recommends the work of Elliot Erwitt.

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The Candid Frame #78 - Art Center Summer 2009 Grads


Amber Gress, Maurice Salazar, Joseph Escamilla, Cecilia Gavia and Anthony Cobos are members of the Summer 2009 graduating class of the Art Center College of Design's photo department. Two weeks prior to their graduation, we sat down to discuss their thoughts and concerns at the dawn of their photographic careers. This diverse collection of photographers have made a commitment to their passion for making images and that provided a unique opportunity to share their thoughts about the important choice they've made. Below are links to their websites.

Amber Gress

Maurice Salazar
Joseph Escamilla
Cecilia Gavia
Anthony Cobos

Amber Gress recommends the work of Corey Arnold
Maurice Salazar recommends the work of William Eggleston
Joseph Escamilla recommends the work of Jeff Lipsky
Cecilia Gavia recommends the work of Dan Winters
Anthony Cobos recommends the work Boyd Jaynes


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for details about the Grad Show and for link to the other graduating photographers. Click on the individual images to discover each photographer's website.

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The Candid Frame #77 - Ed Morris


Ed Morris was attending Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara when he developed the concept for Mayor’s Across America, his insightful look into the heart of American people through the eyes of it’s most visible civic leaders. He completed his second cross-country odyssey on two wheels in the summer of 2000 and has spent the ensuing years developing the book further, as well as establishing his photography career. Now, with his firm Ed Morris Photography, Ed is recognized as one of Southern California’s most up-and-coming commercial photographers. You can discover more about his project here and see his other commercial work by visiting his website.

Ed Morris recommends the work of Marion Warren.

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The Candid Frame #70 - Greg Gorman


Greg Gorman is a master fine-art photographer whose images of stage, film, sports and music personalities are both stunningly beautiful and iconic. As well as having photographed some of this generations greatest talents, he has produced a distinct photographic style rooted in his unique use of light and the black and white palette. You can discover more of his work by visiting his website.

As well as producing exceptional work, he also teaches an amazing workshop in his residence in Mendocino, California. You can discover more about this unique opportunity by clicking here.

Greg Gorman recommends the work of Gerd Ludwig.

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The Candid Frame #68 - Seth Joel & Charlie Holland


Seth Joel and Charlie Holland are a husband and wife team that produce natural looking images of people for commercial, advertising work and stock. They combine a life-long passion for making photographs and a keen awareness and knowledge of business to create successful photographic careers. To discover more of their work please visit their website.

Seth Joel and Charlie Holland recommend the work of Alia Malley and Jeff Dunas.

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The Candid Frame #67 - Dane Sanders


Dane Sanders is a highly-respected wedding and portrait photographer, as well as a popular podcaster and author. He has been featured in Rangefinder, Professional Photographer and American Photo magazines. His philosphy about living the "professional" photographic life is embodied in his new book, "Fast Track Photographer" and his new podcast Ask Dane. Discover more about Dane and his work by visiting his website.

Dan Sanders recommend the work of John Michael Cooper.

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