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Mark Davidson and John St
Street Life
Street Life is a street photography podcast hosted by John St and Mark Davidson. Each fortnight, John and Mark speak to talented, world-class street photographers - from traditional and established doyens of the industry to innovative and emerging trailblazers - about their work and love for street photography.
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4.8 stars from 28 ratings
Definitely worth a listen!
Informative, insightful, and very witty pairing with interviews worth listening to. Thanks guys.
Eriktheelk via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/10/23
Great show
Awesome listen if you’re into photography or just like something light and entertaining. The lads are great together and have some cracking guests, although even when it’s just the two of them it’s a great laugh. Would love to see some more unknown street photographers on the show too. Great...Read full review »
northgate_vintage via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/08/23
Simply brilliant
This is a wonderfully engaging series of conversations that flow so naturally. The presenters love of photography is apparent and it shows in their approach to enriching their own photography and delivering amazing content that gets me excited to go out and shoot.
Wayne Buchner - waybu via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/16/23
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