Street Photography: Documenting the Human Condition - Part Three of Three from Chris Weeks on Vimeo.
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Street Photography: Documenting the Human Condition
Docs & Non-Fiction (Art & Entertainment, How-To)
[ 10:35 - from Vimeo ]
"Street photography is the most level playing field of all photographic genres... yet also the most difficult." Chris Weeks is the writer and director of this incredible 3-part series on photographers, the streets, and the style and technique that make an image interesting. As Chris says, it is about the 'Talent of Observation' that a photographer possesses that differentiates an amateur from a seasoned veteran. Watching these people pick subjects and visualize what they are snapping is the essense of observational artistic expression and proves the point that, in photography, even the smallest thing can be a great subject.
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Film, TV & New Media Producer
John is a producer who specializes in smart, thought-provoking films, television, and web series. Â He has worked on many Emmy Award winning shows, including the documentary Legendary Nights, chronicling the 12 best fights in HBO's 30 years of boxing. Â Â While in development at HBO Films, he worked on Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, based on the best-selling novel by Dee Brown. Â His company, Divine Madman Productions, is currently developing a web series entitled 13Fights, based on John's experience working and living in the boxing world.