Podcast – Street Shots Ep.37 – “Mirrors and Windows” Interview with Keith Goldstein

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http://switchtomanual.com/2016/02/street-shots-ep-37-mirrors-and-windows-interview-with-keith-goldstein/

by | Feb 19, 2016 | Blog, podcast |

About Keith Goldstein

Lives and works in New York City.
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2 Responses to Podcast – Street Shots Ep.37 – “Mirrors and Windows” Interview with Keith Goldstein

  1. loisajay says:

    Keith–this was great! I just now finished listening to the entire pod and I loved it. When you and Tony were talking about Chinatown and he said he wanted to talk to you about another section you photograph a lot, I thought, “Please let it be the Tenderloin.” And it was. Such a great insight into what you go through to take all the great shots that you do–being asked to leave, being struck from behind–and still you persevere. Part of what came across to me was don’t strive for perfection; you will never achieve that. Go for the moment and the results will be so much more pleasing.
    Anyway, just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed this, but didn’t want to leave a reply until I had a chance to listen to the entire podcast. So happy I did. Have a great evening.

    • So glad you enjoyed it Lois! I was nervous and ready to do this. Yes, perfection, well, it can’t exist. Everything is in the moment. Just do it and go for it. You just might be pleasantly surprised!

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