As most of us are probably at our homes a lot these days, I’d like to share some photography-related videos with you. It’s tempting to constantly follow all the updates about the new coronavirus, though it can also bring you down. Apart from being well-informed and respecting advice and regulations about social distancing / staying at home, of course. Here are some videos that inspired me. The list will be updated and if you have any recommendations don’t hesitate to get in touch in the comments.
Imagine | The Colourful Mr Eggleston
Sofa Sessions: Conversations with Martin Parr – Bruce Gilden
Joel Meyerowitz – The day I met Robert Frank
Joel Meyerowitz talks about the chance meeting with Robert Frank that led to him becoming a photographer.
Martin Parr interview (The World According To Parr, 2003)
Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum Photos ( ft. Robert Capa, Marilyn Monroe & James Dean)
Finding Vivian Maier
Here is a link to the full documentary on Dutch TV. Hopefully it’s possible to watch in other countries: https://www.npostart.nl/close-up/30-10-2014/AT_2022927
Videos recommended by you:
Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay
ON THE STREET WITH  : Gustavo Minas
You’ll find more videos from the ‘On The Street With’ series here.
Street Photography: Documentary | Joel Meyerowitz
In no great hurry – 13 lessons in life with Saul Leiter
Everybody Street – A street photography documentary
Daniel Arnold’s New York | Vogue
The Many Lives of William Klein (2012)
Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank (2005)
Celebration of Photography 2017: Photographers Talk with Matt Stuart and Joel Meyerowitz
Here 2017: Juno Calypso
A film with and about Anders Petersen – english subtitles
A film with and about Anders Petersen – english subtitles from JH Engström on Vimeo.
Do you have more recommendations? Please let me know in the comments or through Instagram DM at @streetrepeat.
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And what about All Things Are Photographable which focuses on Garry Winogrand? Pity it is not available in Belgium…