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Ansel Adams: A Documentary Film

American Experience presents Ansel Adams: A Documentary Film, written and directed by Ric Burns and co-produced by Sierra Club Productions and Steeplechase Films. For the centennial of the artist’s birth, Burns has created an elegant, moving, and lyrical portrait of this quintessentially American photographer. The documentary weaves together archival footage, photographic images, dramatic readings of […]

The Brenizer Method | Documentary

Can you imagine somebody coining a method after you? It’s called “The Brenizer Method” and we’re going to learn from the talented photojournalist turned wedding photojournalist. From taking photos of everyone from Muhammad Ali to President Obama, Ryan Brenizer teaches us the importance of capturing a great story. Brenizer puts it best, “Photography has filled […]

How To Take Documentary Family Photography

Have you ever created family photos and felt underwhelmed at the results? Read on to find out how you can use documentary family photography to revitalise your images. WHAT IS DOCUMENTARY FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY?Documentary family photography has a photojournalism style with a focus on storytelling. The results are images that depict families in scenes that are […]

Rivers And Tides | Andy Goldsworthy Documentary

Rivers and Tides is a 2001 documentary film directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer about the British artist Andy Goldsworthy, who creates intricate and ephemeral sculptures from natural materials such as rocks, leaves, flowers, and icicles.The music was composed and performed by Fred Frith and was released on a soundtrack, Rivers and Tides.

An Indian Adventure | A Documentary On Travel Photography – Part I

In part one, Matt and Kriss explore the streets of Delhi and meet with local photographer, and ZEISS and Profoto ambassador Sundeep Bali. A walking tour of Old Delhi provides ample opportunity for Matt to test out his Sony A7 III and concludes with a visit to the Salaam Baalak Trust DMRC Children Home. This first part of the trip is rounded off with a visit to the world’s tallest brick minaret, the Qutub Minar, and the chance to photograph some long-exposures as the light fades over the India Gate war memorial.

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