This project is now on indefinite Hiatus
The Ambulant Photographer is going on indefinite hiatus. I want to thank everybody who has joined the free community site and who has engaged with one another, shared excellent images, participated in assignments and contests and who have become friends in the corporeal world as well as the digital.
This community was conceived as an add-on feature to wrap around an online course. I began developing the community at the same time I began to outline and script the course. Then the pandemic hit. The Lost Year crawled slowly forward and I was never able to get the course produced. It’s all scripted and storyboarded, but the filming and editing of all of the modules will require far more time than I currently have at my disposal.
The pandemic has been a very busy period for my web development business, and that busy period shows no sign of ending. While this boom represents a great deal of professional opportunity the amount of personal energy that remains can either be put into building this community and giving it the attention it requires in order to grow into anything of value for its members, or that remaining energy can be put into pursuing my own photography projects. Sadly I cannot do both.
I will leave the website up until June 30, 2021 and you can login if you want to export any of your content under your profile settings.
The login link is here: https://go.ambulant.photo/wp-login.php
Meanwhile, follow me on Facebook or Instagram if you like. I’m begrudgingly back on both platforms now, though not terribly active. You can also find me on Telegram, which is the best way to reach me in real time.
For those of you in Southern California, I will continue running a monthly Meetup through summer of 2022 after which time I’ll be moving those Meetups to the Boston/NYC area.
Thanks for playing. I’m glad you came.
Learn. Shoot. Grow. Repeat.
Welcome to the Community
What is this Ambulant Photographer thing anyway?
I created The Ambulant Photographer Community to bring together photographers of all skill levels who are interested in improving their Street Photography skills.
Everybody is welcome to create here. Show us your images. Tell us the stories behind your favorite pictures. Share your projects. Publish opinion pieces. We don't know where this might go, and we're hoping that without any strict restrictions that it will go someplace cool.
Here are some cool things we're currently up to.
Look around inside and subscribe to what interests you and ignore the rest.