Watching footage this beautiful, having read number of news stories about the situation where it was recorded, is an odd contradiction. That was an understatement. Full screen is not a bad idea. Richard Mosse.
“..because you’re suddenly seeing the coherence and the connec.. interconnectedness of everything – left to right, top to bottom, front to back – it’s all connected and all.. and – somehow it’s in this balance..” Henry Wessel Via aarh.dk. More Henry Wessel at SFMOMA here. I found this one particularly interesting. Photos at Pace/MacGill Gallery, and Museum of Contemporary Photography.
I’m not sure why I ended up on Jim Goldberg’s site, but I did. And found this.
“I was living in Florida and I had a nice two bedroom condominium with a garage and a swimming pool, some orange and tangerine trees outside, a sports car and Ford van.. It wasn’t really very fulfilling, in the end.” —John Coffer I come across this on various Tumblr blogs from time to time, really recommend taking the six minutes to watch it. By Lost & Found Films.
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Just came across a couple of clips with Garry Winogrand on youtube. Subsequently, a quick www search found me this site, that has the clips, as well as a transcript (plus a good deal more on Winogrand, that I have yet to peruse.) “They do not tell stories – they show you what something looks like. To a camera.”
I seem to be somewhat inspired by men named Adams, here is the latest: “They [photographers] may or may not may not make a living by photography, but they are alive by it”. Robert Adams, Why People Photograph, Aperture 1994 Can’t recommend this book enough.