If you only have enough time left in the day to watch one video, this one should be taking high priority on your list.
Even if you’re not a photographer (myself included), you might just take away a few key learnings after watching this short, experimental documentary which features over 30 contemporary photographers.
Director Tyrone Lebone shot on almost every film format available: 65mm, 35mm, super 16mm, 16mm, and super 8mm. The result is a beautifully layered visual essay.
Lebon places himself at the centre of the film as a curious observer, questioning the nature of photography and hanging out with the great and the good of contemporary photography.
This film is a precursor to a book which you can pre-order here.