Very good Sebastião Salgado documentary
Just stumbled on this documentary showing Sebastião Salgado in a dialogue with writer John Berger. It goes quite deeply into Sebastião Salgado's motivations and thoughts behind his work with as the lead Sebastião's "Migrations" book touching on world globalization, and I found it both highly moving and revealing.
Please note that there are some very graphic and shocking scenes in here, as Sebastião of course took on some of the worlds most difficult conflicts and problems, but it is well worth the 50 minute watch. There is absolute phenomenal documentary photography in here...
Parts 1-5 on YouTube in the right order for watching:
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"The nineteenth century began by believing that what was reasonable was true, and it wound up by believing that what it saw a photograph of, was true.
" - William M. Ivins Jr.
"I don't know, maybe we should disinvent color, and we could just shoot Black & White.
" - David Burnett in 1978
"Analog is chemistry + physics, digital is physics + math, which ones did you like most?
Thanks for the heads up. I wonder if this is available on DVD. Not big on watching long stuff on utube
I just saw it. Thanks for posting
Thanks for letting us know. I've loved his work over the years.
Thanks Marco...he's one of my heroes...going to watch it tonight. K
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Thanks going to watch it.
This is available on DVD, although I can't seem to find it on sale anywhere. The NY Public Library's Mid-Manhattan Branch has it for lending, and that is where I checked it out and burned into my hard drive (not entirely legal, I know, but after watching it, I had to keep it for repeated viewing).
Originally Posted by jglass
Spectre of Hope available at Icarus Films for $390. Guess I'll tolerate the YouTube version.
The interview is thought provoking and the images are spell-binding.
van Huyck Photo
"Progress is only a direction, and it's often the wrong direction"