ideal para cualquier persona que tenga ganas de ser fotografo, ya que esto puede servir de inspiración, mostrando historias reales de fotografos famosos de NY, a modo personal encontre bueno el documental, aunque debieron hacer o mostrar de otras ciudades, al final es un poco de lo mismo pero con diferentes objetivos... pero aun así es entretenido y motivador
Look at the street; watch the watchers. Superb treatment of a slice of NY photography that really invokes the feel and smell of a town that I remember from my own childhood. It makes that one genre into the entire enterprise of photography - photographic ethnography. The other worlds, of fashion, news, salon and pure art photography, simply disappear for the man in the street. Unfortunately it can't be done any more.
Some of my favourite photographers featured and ones I have never encountered before, made this documentary so compelling. The nostalgia of a dying art form of photography. You can't help but 'sad smile' as the wonderful artists who have shared their talents with the world. A documentary for photographers and photography enthusiasts to watch and own.
I like docs about photography. After all, cinema is, essentially, 24 photographs per second, a photographic art. I do prefer not to look at people sitting and talking, that isn't cinematic. There wasn't a lot of that in this, but any is too much for me. People sitting around talking should be on a radio program, not film. That said, this is quite good if you like docs about photography.