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Jamie Benning’s “Filmumentaries”

I don't post a lot of links to other people's content but I may start doing it more if I find some amazing sites or resources that I don't believe are widely known. Which is why I'd like to point everyone in the direction of Jamie Benning's “Filmumentaries“. I only just discovered them in the last week and they are fantastic! Jamie has put together several detailed behind the scenes documentaries. There is one for each of the Original “Star Wars” Trilogy and ones for “Jaws” and “Raiders of The Lost Ark”. If you've ever been disappointed that Spielberg never did a directors commentary...

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Aaron C Greenman: Passing Time On India’s Rooftop

Just 1,200 kilometers from the immense metropolis of the National Capital Region, and 400 kilometers from the picturesque yet often tensioned Srinagar, sits the capital of a place unlike any other: Ladakh. Heavily influenced by Tibetan culture and Buddhism, Ladakh borders Tibet to the east, Kashmir and Jammu to the west, Lahaul and Spiti to the south, and Xinjiang and China to the north.The entire region is a high valley plateau, with most of it above 3,000 meters, while the surrounding peaks rise to 7,000 meters. The powerful and Bondi blue Indus River snakes its way through the valley...

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François Fontaine: Photograms of a Dream-Like Paris with the Leica X Vario, Part 1

Explore Paris with photographer François Fontaine, born in Paris in 1968 and equipped here with a Leica X Vario for a joint commission on the part of a hotel group and Leica Camera. On this visual tour, we shall journey through famous gardens and museums, but also little-known, offbeat Parisian spots, photographed in ways that renew our gaze or highlight their most wondrous aspects. Through the photographer's lens, they all resonate with an additional memory, related to the intellectual, artistic or cinematic life of Paris, or to those who created there; echoes and layers of history superpose...

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Daniel Zvereff: Arkhangelsk, Russia

Daniel Zvereff is a freelance designer, illustrator and photographer. He travels to the far corners of the world documenting his journeys through images and journals. Twenty-one hours north by train towards Arkhangelsk, near the Arctic Circle, and winter weather resumes. I find myself enjoying the warmth of the long underwear I had packed away in my wardrobe. The Russian guys and I begin with a White Sea picnic, which includes jumping into the frigid waters. In the evening, we attend a foam party in one of Arkhangelsk's many night clubs, which seem to be much more common here than restaurants....

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Gilberto Benni: Faces of Via Fondazza in Bologna, the First “Social Street” in Italy, with a Leica S

Via Fondazza, a long and scenic porticoed street in the crayon-red historic center of the city of Bologna, is known to this day for having hosted the home and studio of the painter Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964), who tirelessly worked there throughout his life. However, there are a continuously growing number of articles and reportages dedicated to this street, showing up in newspapers, on television or online, by local, national and international media. That raises some surprise (or even astonishment) in those who are the object of such study and interest. What is the reason for so much...

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Benji Wagner: Using Photography to Engage with the Great Outdoors

A lifelong outdoorsman, Benji Wagner grew up mostly in Maryland and at quite a young age began avidly skateboarding, snowboarding and shooting photographs on film. He worked as a freelance photographer and filmmaker before starting an innovative outdoor equipment business a couple years ago. “I went to college off and on for years but never graduated,” says Wagner. “I am an autodidact. I didn't enjoy school very much, and I prefer to pursue the subjects that interest me in my own way.” Benji Wagner is the co-founder and creative director of Poler Outdoor Stuff. He lives in Portland, Oregon...

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