Isn't it ironic that this movie about the portrait photographer who does most of the portraits for 'The New Yorker' is only available in french and german language?
However, it's an interesting report, even if you don't understand a word - this guy works with film, of course:
You might have seen some of his close-up portraits:
Arte TV is a French/German TV that's it !!
US TV are generally only in english.
I notice he was using a RB/RZ Mamyia!
Film, yes at first but later during the street shoot I thought I saw a digital back on the RB67. Am I right?
Like clogz, I'm not so sure with the street shoot--didn't look like an RZ back, esp. with a shiny LCD winking back. Cables?
Originally Posted by cmo
I'm tired of those goggle-eyed New Yorker portraits. Kind of miss Sylvia Plachy's work.