On today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Dan Ginn, a travel and street photographer from the United Kingdom.
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“I have loved photography for as long as I can remember. My Nana initially lit the fire, allowing me to look at the family photo albums whenever I visited. I wish she were still here so I could tell her how influential she was in the experiences I have had…
You can best describe me as a travel and street photographer, though I do love making candid portraits and photographs of my mediocre cooking efforts.
In terms of “success,” I have been published in the likes of The Guardian, PetaPixel, Street Photography Magazine, Fujifilm X Passion, and more. My works have also been featured in galleries – online and physical – including Blank Wall, London Photo Festival, and F-Stop.
I’m also a photography writer and, most notably, the former Arts and Culture Editor at The Phoblographer, where I was given the task of showcasing the very best photographers from around the world. My words (and thoughts) have also found their way into Feature Shoot, Digital Trends, and other popular photo publications in the space.
Currently, I’m the founding editor of “Them Frames” – a passion project that promises to showcase the finest in photography.
Away from photography, I’m a tech and lifestyle journalist with bylines in TechRadar, iNews, Tom’s Guide, Cloudwards, and Android Authority, as well as several other publications online.”
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