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Discussion in 'Film Forum' started by W.Ray, Jul 22, 2007.
I read that he had thousands of rolls of film undeveloped when he died. That sort of explains the condition of his Leica. An interesting comment he made in a video I saw on him was that he didn't develop his film until something like a year after he shot it. He didn't want the memory of the situation or moment to cloud his judgment of the worthiness of the image. What a fascinating guy he was.
Here's a video interview with Henry Wessel, another of my favorite photographers, where he essentially says the same thing.
i just got that one to download, watched it , maybe i can get the GW video to go to.
The Winogrand video is here: http://photo-muse.blogspot.com/2007/03/winogrand-at-work-movie.html
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