Doco on Gary Winogrand

Discussion in 'Photographers' started by Mainecoonmaniac, Aug 30, 2018.

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    Wasn't it Thousands of Negatives.?
    How would you even go about dealing with that.?
    Can you imagine THAT task.?
    It might take years.
    I have always "Heard" that Gary went a bit sideways toward the end.
    Who knows how much "Garbage" there would be to deal with.
    He seemd one of those guys that was consumed by life.
     
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    I think it'd be kind to his memory and positive for photography generally to let GW rest in peace.


    Don't we know other photographers who are more worthy of our attention in 2018?
     
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    I hope I wasn't unkind about Mr. Winogrand mentioning his unprocessed film. I saw his show quite a few years back loved how he worked. I think he felt a need to shoot like breathing. I'm not sure whether it was an impulse. Gary Winogrand kept shooting eventhough didn't process every roll he shot. My impulse is to process every roll not to long after I've shot the rolls.
     
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