StreetPX is back, a week early, with the release of “Urban Reflections“.
The first of many new, randomly recorded micro-segments, affectionately called “SPX Shorties“, that are being added to the StreetPX line-up.
Released randomly between interviews, aiming to quench that ever increasing hunger for street centric, photographically charged, podcasty-ness. Because let’s face it… two weeks is a long time and we don’t want you to go forgetting about us or anything.
Ranging in duration from 5 to 15 minutes, we’ll be recording these on the fly, discussing introspective thoughts, relatable stories, street walks, event recaps, reviews and much more.
Today, Casper gets a bit heavy and personal on the new micro-segment, “Urban Reflections.”
Here, the metaphorical camera is being turned on himself, recalling a recent personal experience as proof of how far beyond the camera the genre of street photography can truly go.
Resulting in a reinforced vigor, or rather, an increased obsession for the art of walking the street and we figured it worth sharing.
Frankly, you just never know what can happen during a photo walk and how much impact a stranger may make on your day. So keep your head up and your eyes and ears open.
Some of Casper’s Photos: Still need to get back into the swing of film
Sharing how they got to where they are and why they chose to do what they do.
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