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Every month,  I pick a new photography film 
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Join me as I share some of my favorite films for shutterbugs 

April 2020 selection: 
EXTENDED THROUGH June! 

April 16. 2020 Update:
COVID19 has taken all of us by surprise, but I haven't forgotten my lovely readers.

I have new film freebies and an alternative take on "street" photography coming in July, 2020.  Until then, enjoy one of the greatest street photographers ever to carry a camera in public:

Henri Cartier Bresson: Just Plain Love


I was thrilled when I stumbled upon this documentary on one of my favorite photographers.  Henri Cartier-Bresson was a French humanist photographer considered by many to be the father of photojournalism.  He embraced the 35m format early in his career, and came to adore his lightweight Leica -- a favorite of many subsequent street photographers.  Bresson became a master of candid photography, and later went on to make films with the legendary Jean Renoir.

Just Plain Love was made in 2002, and features Bresson at 92.  It's a fascinating look into the mind of a legendary artist.


Watch Henri Cartier-Bresson: Just Plain Love above.
Running time: 1 hour, 10 min.

One Decisive Moment is my favorite collection of Bresson photographs.  Originally published in 1952, this book has influenced generations of photographers.  This edition is the first and only reprint since the original edition.  (You've got to love that cover design by Matisse!)



For more on Bresson, you can't do better than this