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Photography documentary, Rowland Scherman

Discussion in 'General Photography Discussion' started by surfdogs, May 16, 2018.

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    Thought I'd share. Not sure if I picked the correct forum choice. Just finished watching the documentary, 'Eye on the 60's the Iconic Photographs of Rowland Scherman'. This is not a how to, or tech talk of photography. It does contain abundant photographs, primarily b&w. Just starting out Bob Dylan, Beatles first concert in US, John and Bobby Kennedy, 1963 March on Washington. I quite enjoyed it.
    Laughed when Scherman says, 'I'm a positive if Ansel was alive now, he'd be shooting digital. Maybe 8X10 digital, but he would.' And later, commenting on new cameras, 'now there's Ansel's brain on a micro chip in there.'
     

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