Something I’ve been doing a lot lately is watching YouTube videos made by other street photographers to see what they do, how they do it, and what they do it with. I find most of them interesting and informative. After an evening of shooting without much to show for it (I ran out of light because I didn’t get out as soon as I had planned), I thought I would highlight a few YouTube channels from street photographers that you might find interesting as well. These are in no particular order.
I enjoy Faizal’s POV street sessions. His content is very good.
David also does POV street photography sessions and seems to be fearless about getting close to people for his shots.
A member of the IN-PUBLIC Collective, Nick Turpin’s YouTube channel includes hours of great video on the practice of street photography.
DigitalRev is not just one particular photographer, but I enjoy their videos. Especially check out the videos featuring Kai W. and the “Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera” series (in one video, Chase Jarvis has to shoot a skateboarder with a toy LEGO camera).
This is not a YouTube channel, but Eric Kim is a fantastic street photographer. He has written many books teaching street photography and all of them are available on his website as free PDF downloads.