This week we chat to a fantastic street photographer, New Zealand born Ross Grieve. Ross has more to his armour than just street photography but after seeing his talk at The Photography Show 2019 we knew we had to get him on and tell you his stories from his experience as a street photographer and how to deal with people and awkward situations. Ross is also the co-host of fellow photography podcast Talking Shot.
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New Zealand born, Ross developed his passion for photography more than 20 years ago in New Zealand. He has since travelled thoughout the world expanding his photographic knowledge. He is a pioneer of 4K Photography and presented several workshops on the topic including an appearance at Photokina.
Ross’ photojournalistic style, captures the emotion of the day whether it’s at a Portrait or Commercial shoot. He has been shooting this reportage style for over ten years and this has earned him several national awards in the United Kingdom. He has lectured in Scotland, England, Wales, Germany (Photokina), and Morocco.
Ross shoots his work outside and in his stunning studio in Cresselly. Ross’ location shoots are limited to the planet Earth.
He moved to Pembrokeshire in 1996 and lives with his wife, Rachel & their 3 children.
This is a great video about Ross’s street photography.