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Don McCullin "Looking for England"
Old 07-11-2019   #1
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Don McCullin "Looking for England"

Here is a very nice documentary movie with Don McCulling, following him documenting his own country. Also, some rare moments in his darkroom making prints, and talking about the difference between analog and digital photography like he experience it. There is also a great moment where he is laughing very much, a bit amusing since he is always serious when talking and doing photography.

I“m sorry if this is a double post (or posted in wrong topic), tried to search the forum but could not fine the one hour film here, so I hope more will enjoy this hour with one of the greatest photographer we have.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOTedHe-_lg
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