Darren Lehane of www.lehane.photo has some pretty strong feelings on what is and what isn't street photography. It's the same with gear, especially new photography gear and the clamour for photographers to get hold of it to make them a better photographer or somehow improve their photography business.
After spending a few days with Darren while visiting the UK, it was very cool to hear his thoughts on all things photography – from street, weddings, personal projects, books, the masters and skills of today's photographers. Not only were the conversations engaging and fun, it was very cool to hear how another photographer thinks about the craft.
In this conversation, recorded on a train trip to Brighton to meet up with a few other photographers, I did my best to draw Darren out on some of the topics we'd discussed over cooked breakfasts at Mazzi's cafe, shooting some street photography in central London or over a cup of tea while chatting on the lounge in his London flat.
I hope you get as much from this interview as I did with spending the time I did with Darren in London. You'll find examples of his street photography and links to more of his work below.
Links to people, places and things mentioned in this episode:
Follow up Questions for Darren
Thanks again for listening and big thanks to Darren for allowing me to record this short interview at a moments notice.
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That’s it for me this week, hope everything is going well for you in life and business!
Thanks and speak soon