If you’re into street photography, you certainly must know one of the best interpreters of the genre, Valérie Jardin. She’s not only a great photographer, but also an outstanding educator, conducting workshops all over the world, from Minneapolis, where she lives, to her native France (Paris and Normandy), various American cities, Melbourne, and soon Rome.
In addition to all of this, she also manages to find the time to be a master at The Arcanum, Trey Ratcliff’s academy of visual arts.
A few years ago, Valérie got rid of her DSLR and switched to a mirrorless camera, initially the Fuji X100s and now also the X-T1. In the video below, she is interviewed by F Stop Lounge collaborator Ugo Cei about the passion that drives her and about her choice of equipment. You shouldn’t miss this one!