The second part of The Sartorialist's interview with legendary Magnum photographer Steve McCurry.
In the second part of this interview conducted by photographer Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist, Steve McCurry talks about Henri Cartier-Bresson, photographing now-hard-to-access locations, and how he would like his images to be remembered.
The Hypnotic and Haunting World of Bill Morrison New York-based filmmaker Bill Morrison has been making films for the past twenty years or so, and with just one glance at his body of work, we ask ourselves why we haven’t we discovered him any sooner.
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Tutorial: Rollei C41 Digibase – Color Film Development The Rollei C41 Digibase Kit is a great solution for inexperienced lomographers wanting to develop their own color film. Unlike many other kits this one works at lower temperatures. It has allowed me to successfully develop color negative film, redscale film, and even cross-process slide film, all on the first go. In this tutorial I will explain this specific development process step by step and share some very handy graphs I made, that will help you develop your own film.
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