In this short, put together by Phase One, renowned fashion and commercial photographer, Albert Watson shares a nice look into the story of his photography. From speaking on his introduction and passion in photography to how he managed to capture some of his most iconic images of Kate Moss, Alfred Hitchcock, and Steve Jobs, it’s quite obvious the love and passion Watson has when it comes to the world of photography.
The video is only three minutes long, so if you’re in need of a healthy dose of inspiration, press play, sit back, and watch.
We’ve covered quite a few stories of photographers being harassed while doing legitimate photography, but what about cases in which photographers are doing the harassing? For many of you, paparazzi likely come to mind. The above video was published by Hollywood.tv back in 2008, and shows supermodel Kate Moss trying to leave Los Angeles International Airport with her young daughter while being hounded by a swarm of paparazzi.
The video was recently used by a campaign that aimed to toughen up laws against paparazzi, and resulted in a new law that passed two weeks ago with a 43-13 vote. If signed by Governor Schwarzenegger, the law would fine paparazzi $5,000 if they break traffic laws or interfere with the operation of a car (as seen at the end of this video).
Judging from the comments left on the YouTube video, it seems like the general public would agree with this kind of law. Do you agree with tougher restrictions on paparazzi?