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Sikost [deleted] 7:10pm, 22 November 2007
Here are some interesting video i found online (other than the one posted already on this groupe):

Face2Face project: www.youtube.com/watch?v=64t1or8RETQ

Gilden, Bruce: Bruce Has a Ball

Griffiths, Phillip Jones : youtube.com/watch?v=x58wqDBKydg

McCullin, Don :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0vicK63fFA&feature=related

Mermelstein, Jeff: 2point8.whileseated.org/?p=237

Meyerowitz, Joel
...on working the street: youtube.com/watch?v=FCCs_nedFhY

Nachtway, James www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGKZhNK_pHw

Richards, Eugene: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qR26B3Fws7w
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Moiz Syed 10 years ago
Great thread Sikost!

Phillip Jones Griffiths: youtube.com/watch?v=x58wqDBKydg
Sikost [deleted] 10 years ago
Hates_ Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Hates_ (member) 10 years ago
Joel Meyerowitz working the street:

flat5 10 years ago
james1hour 10 years ago
how flipping annoying is the alex webb video with the translator talking over it.........this is a good thread though........keep it up everyone.

I'm sure just about everyone is already aware of magnum in motion.....but in case anyone is not

Moiz Syed 10 years ago
.comma h. 10 years ago
Love the part where Winogrand says; "Im surviving! Haha...ya know..."

Always makes me smile.
Sikost [deleted] 10 years ago
I loved Winogrand video as well!

If you understand french there is the full video of "klavdij sluban", downlable for 1,99 Euros:http://www.vodeo.tv/18-129-2481-klavdij-sluban.html

Check the photography page on this website, lots if great videos!

There is also the series of 3 DVD "Contacts" which is a must!
Moxette PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Moxette (member) 10 years ago
Streetphotographer [deleted] 10 years ago
Very interesting selection ! Thanks Sikost.
Sikost [deleted] 10 years ago
La rue (zone) interdite:

Canadian/french documentary about photographer rights in the street.

AlexM. Posted 10 years ago. Edited by AlexM. (member) 10 years ago
AlexM. 10 years ago
AlexM. 10 years ago
AlexM. 10 years ago
Interviews by Charlie Rose

Hates_ Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Hates_ (member) 10 years ago
The Impassioned Eye - documentary on Henri Cartier-Bresson

Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzgLQw3oBOI&feature=related

Rest you can find the other parts linked off the side.
Mikros 10 years ago
You can get "Impassioned Eye" from NetFlix, too - I though it was interesting the way Bresson kept holding prints up in front of his face, hiding behind his work.
Skye Nott 10 years ago
InspectorOyster 10 years ago
Alec Soth interviewed by Michael David Murphy of 2point8

*Erik B* 10 years ago
scribeoflight [deleted] 10 years ago
Cool links. It would be good if we could move them over to the Cuttings thread, for ease of future potential archiving (when I have more time).
CoCreatr 10 years ago
A small camera team has tried street videography in Hong Kong and got approached in a few of the public spaces by private security guards.

Video at www.metacafe.com/watch/1201110/public_spaces_put_to_the_t...
InspectorOyster 10 years ago
Helen Levitt's "In the Street" is showing on the 20th of this month in NY. If anyone goes bring a video camera and get us a recording would ya.
Birinham [deleted] 10 years ago
this is amazing!! thanks!
missionalphaville 10 years ago
thechrisproject 10 years ago
Bruce Gilden on the street, from 2point8

Dr Karanka 10 years ago
Ups, I just posted this on an independent thread... not sure if to delete it, as it might give people a chance to express their opinions ;-)
thechrisproject 10 years ago
I debated the new thread, but got new-thread shy at the last minute. 'Twas a good idea.
Maciej Dakowicz PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Maciej Dakowicz (member) 10 years ago
not street but still cool


Terry Richardson with Yashica T4

and one more www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_FicKYeNJc
pH [浪人] [deleted] 10 years ago

the pics he takes with the t4
krameroneill 10 years ago
I know this showed up in another HCSP thread, but I'm once again obsessed with Richard Kalvar's Earthlings. It's all funny at first, then you start to see the craft, then you start to see the philosophy behind it, then (if you're me) you start to feel a little less crazy...
Dr Karanka 10 years ago
Stephen Shore... come on, lots of walking on the street

Briggate.com PRO 10 years ago
Stephen Shore video is a really good one. Gives you time to think about some of the points he makes about compression of time, articulation of space, knowing where you are going.
Maciej Dakowicz PRO 10 years ago
not really street again, but some might find it interesting...

two music videos directed by Robert Frank

www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRDk8p0N__k - New Oder - "Run"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvBJMWxbfCk - Patti Smith -"Summer Cannibals"
..Alex.. Posted 10 years ago. Edited by ..Alex.. (member) 10 years ago
Pulp yesterday, New Order today, I don't think my brain can take much more musical reminiscing.

I never pay much attention to who directs music videos. Are there any more photographers moonlighting as music video directors I should know about? (Excluding the obvious i.e. Anton Corbijn).
flat5 10 years ago
maciej - that's news to me.. i never would have guessed he directed a new order video..

funny - the latest comment on youtube for that vid -

"I wonder if this video is about US-Mexico border relations? The scene with the dudes looking over the fence look rather like Tijuana, as for the rest, no idea...

tijuana? that's nyc.. more specifically brooklyn.. even more specific is broadway/s6th/bedford intersection..
(the last two are guesses and i don't really know what williamsburg looked like in 1989)... can anyone confirm? kramer?
krameroneill 10 years ago
Yup. Definitely somewhere within a block of the Williamsburg Bridge. You can even see the underpass where I took that picture in the background of a couple shots. This is almost the same place, too. Funny. Williamsburg is played out, man.
FvckYes Posted 10 years ago. Edited by FvckYes (member) 10 years ago
james1hour said:
I'm sure just about everyone is already aware of magnum in motion.....but in case anyone is not

I wasn't aware of magnuminmotion until I saw your post. Since this is a helpful thread about videos, does magnuminmotion have a how-to type video on street photography?
krameroneill 10 years ago
No, but this is even better.
Maciej Dakowicz PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Maciej Dakowicz (member) 10 years ago
not street at all, but interesting.
I guess most of you know this famous photo of the Vietnamese girl burnt by napalm taken by Nick Ut

there is a video on youtube of that event:


is it him shooting at 0:57? and I am pretty sure it it him giving her water
"Nick Ut remembers how this (now famous) little girl pulled off her burning clothes, screaming, "Nong qua!" (Too hot!), and how he poured water from his canteen on her to cool her off, after which he put all the kids in his van and took them to Cu Chi Hospital.
" fom WPP page
Sciortino 10 years ago
Maciej Dakowicz PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Maciej Dakowicz (member) 10 years ago
and one more showing the moment when General Nguyễn Ngọc Loan executes a Vietcong prisoner, Nguyễn Văn Lém in Saigon in 1968


it was just a moment

and Eddie Adams talking about his photo:

g_hanten PRO 10 years ago

Alfred Stieglitz -- Arguably the most influential American curator and photographer.
Hughes Léglise-Bataille Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Hughes Léglise-Bataille (member) 10 years ago
Not exactly street, but interesting (I remember some discussion about whether there was some PS involved): a short video about the making-of of Denis Darzacq series on jumps. Interestingly, it's shot on film and no quick burst: just one shot per jump...

[edit]: just noticed Shveckle already had linked to the article with the video at the end of the htread :-)
China Plate 9 years ago

Gus Powell interviewed
.. greg .. 9 years ago

a bunch of youtube videos related to photography.
Sikost [deleted] 9 years ago
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Lionel K. 9 years ago
a film on Wolfgang Tillmans
synopsis, statement on parallels between filmmaking and photography, interview with the director: www.berlinale.de/external/de/filmarchiv/doku_pdf/20085090...

and here two music videos Tillmans directed himself:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhuAkHHmklI (pet shop boys urgh, still worth watching thanks to london underground mice)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBq-XCKePWg (goldfrapp, mad!)
Sikost [deleted] 9 years ago
Daido Moriyama at work:


Moriyama Japanese doc:

Sikost [deleted] 9 years ago
Trailer for a new William Eggleston documentary:

weakmassive PRO 9 years ago
Profiles in Excellence: Mark Cohen
Bryan.Formhals 9 years ago
Sikost [deleted] 9 years ago
According to J.H. engström, Anders Petersen's documentary should be released in the near futur by Steidl.


Can't wait!
123regina.tumblr.com 9 years ago
i know it's not the selfpromotion thread, and hardly magnum material or as good as some other stuff on here, but hey, i heard dropping your own name is going to be the big thing next year. thought i'd get a headstart.

by moi: www.improovies.net/solo_video/powell.html
adam_etmanski 9 years ago
a quite nice short on PLC (philip lorca dicorcia)
hope its good enough 4 HCStreet


I heared the JH feature on 'anders petersen' got already realeased, people said its 'boring' and possible to find on the net???(this is how i found this group)
does somebody knows?

there is also a really nice & but extremly rough movie by d'agata
(nothin' for softies!!!!etc.) i think its touring round some film festivals in europe right now
here is a tv short with a few scenes, unfortunatly only in ger.&fr, folks

David E. Merino 9 years ago
griff le riff 9 years ago
William Klein talks through his contact sheets, describing how he arrived at a few of his famous shots...

William Klein
uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5iGIcRH4ecg [part 1]
uk.youtube.com/watch?v=o7nPMjTsaKg [part 2]

also, check out the same youtube account for Todd Hido, Nan Goldin, Martin Parr and more...
Not exaclty street, but Robert Frank discusses his book, "The Americans," with Philip Gefter in the NY Times
China Plate 9 years ago
"Not exactly street"? If that isn't I don't know what is. Thanks for the link.
Dr Karanka 9 years ago
@hughes: nice... frank´s favourite is mine too :o)
Vasilikos Lukas PRO 9 years ago
China Plate 9 years ago
Bruce Gliden does have ethics afterall

tilde~ 9 years ago
Maciej Dakowicz PRO 9 years ago
Henri Cartier Bresson


in French, but you can see him dancing with the camera in the street...
Maciej Dakowicz PRO 9 years ago
Kyu Sakamoto - "Ue wo muite arukou" ("Sukiyaki")


The song reached the top of the sales charts in the United States in 1963, and was the only Japanese language song to do so. In total it sold over 13 million copies internationally.
benroberts PRO 9 years ago
William Eggleston


"i really felt sorry for them, cos, it's so obvious.... it's like they had the wrong job. they didn't understand what they were looking at. and their job WAS to understand."
adam_etmanski 9 years ago
another really nice one from Bill,
its some leftovermaterial from 'WE in the real world'

Maciej Dakowicz PRO 9 years ago
with_regards 9 years ago
weakmassive PRO 9 years ago
Hmm, that Mark Cohen video isn't working anymore. Is it the same as this one?
Sikost [deleted] 9 years ago
Yes just realised the guy deleted the video, it isn't the same one as the one you linked above but was from the same guy...
Sikost [deleted] 9 years ago
garghe 9 years ago
thanks Sikost! I was looking for that last week.
thechrisproject 9 years ago
I love how he's got on a suit and tie but still has that stupid vest on over it.
Dr Karanka 9 years ago
__Manu__ [deleted] 9 years ago
Videos on HCB:
www.monova.org/details/2242468/PHOTOGRAPHER - HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON.html
__Manu__ [deleted] 9 years ago
Trent Parke in action:
www.monova.org/details/2242486/PHOTOGRAPHER-TRENT PARKE.html
īnscius Posted 9 years ago. Edited by īnscius (member) 9 years ago
Here is a wonderfull collection of many videos linked here:

Maciej Dakowicz PRO 9 years ago
Conversations with History: Gilles Peress

Maciej Dakowicz PRO Posted 9 years ago. Edited by Maciej Dakowicz (member) 9 years ago
just watched this film about Trent and Narelle, very inspiring

Dreamlives: Trent Parke & Narelle Autio

the link again: www.mininova.org/tor/2213818
babaea / ببعی 9 years ago
Japan in Colour

only if you're in UK though...

weakmassive PRO 9 years ago
William Klein "Out Of Necessity"

Winston Eggleston on William Eggleston
flat5 9 years ago
*Erik B* 9 years ago
No streetphotography here, but streetphotographer Nick Turpin doing portraits for Mens Health (..... in the street)

babaea / ببعی 9 years ago
a little slow to download but well worth to watch

Contacts Vol.1 - The Great Tradition of Photojournalism

Contacts Vol.2 - The Revival of Contemporary Photography

there's a third one but i haven't been able to find that.
Account inactive go to: www.jamesdodd.net [deleted] 9 years ago
rocket up the ass? they seem to be downloading fine so far :)

Monsieur Marchi PRO 9 years ago
Bruce Gilden "Coney Island" (2005)

Metagasm 9 years ago
This one is pretty sad and voyeuristic...
a scantily clad vagrant woman digging through garbage off the freeway:

Paul Russell99 PRO 9 years ago
Snippet of Tod Papageorge:

Claydo in Oz 9 years ago
Not strictly street nor arguably "still" photography, but pretty interesting: Helpless from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.
Mark_H PRO 9 years ago
That's going to put the ant farm makers out of business.
Claydo in Oz 9 years ago
Here is a good video of Trent Parke Speaking about his Christmas Tree Bucket series. It also includes why he named it that: www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5nhM-AdUCQ

This one also has him talking about Minutes to Midnight: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBUtwWghHUw&feature=related
Sikost [deleted] 9 years ago
__Manu__ [deleted] 9 years ago
Raghu Rai videos:

Part I

Part II
Claydo in Oz 9 years ago
weakmassive PRO 9 years ago
"S2R street action in Vienna".

A four person street photography team looks a bit strange.
Account inactive go to: www.jamesdodd.net [deleted] 9 years ago
wtf is that? they were all taking pictures of the same things together... like a local photo group meet up. would do my nut in
findingtheview PRO 9 years ago
This is somewhat out-of-place, but I really must share it.


H/T: 2point8.whileseated.org/
Andrei Amodia Posted 9 years ago. Edited by Andrei Amodia (member) 9 years ago
that photographer running step on an ant?
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