The Street Photography Recipe


The Street Photography Recipe

In this presentation, Dotan Saguy will walk you through his tried and true “recipe” to successful street photography. Dotan’s goal for this presentation is to give you more actionable teachings than you’ve received in all your past paid workshops combined. Dotan will touch on topics ranging from picking the right gear to approaching strangers, legal and ethical considerations, capturing peak moments and much more. Dotan will highlight every aspect of his comprehensive street methodology and let you, the audience, choose a couple of topics (as time allows) that will be explored in detail with teachings you can practice on your next shoot. Don’t miss this opportunity to take your street photography to the next level!

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Dotan Saguy
Dotan Saguy was born in a small kibbutz five miles south of Israel’s Lebanese border. He grew-up in a diverse working-class Parisian suburb, lived in Lower Manhattan during 9/11 and moved to Los Angeles in 2003. In 2015, Saguy decided to focus on his lifelong passion for photography after a successful career as a high-tech entrepreneur. Since then Saguy attended the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop, Missouri Photo Workshop and studied photojournalism at Santa Monica College. Saguy’s award winning photographs have been published by National Geographic, The Guardian, The Los Angeles Times and many others. Saguy teaches street photography and documentary workshops for Leica Akademie and Momenta Workshops. In 2018 Saguy’s first monograph about the endangered culture of Venice Beach, CA was published by Kehrer Verlag and was awarded Bronze by the prestigious Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2018-19. Dotan’s second book is scheduled to be released by Kehrer Verlag in the spring of 2020. This new body of work documents the everyday life of a family of vehicle dwellers with their three young children on the streets of Los Angeles. Dotan lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.