Posts Tagged ‘pbs’
PBS NewsHour recently aired this interesting and inspiring video profiling photographer Alec Soth, providing a glimpse into what it’s like to work as a fine art photographer. Here’s an interesting quote by Soth in the video,
In a world where there are 500,000 pictures a second being uploaded onto Facebook, what does it mean to be a photographer in that environment?
The PBS documentary that we mentioned yesterday is actually available online in its entirety. If you’d like to see what it’s like being the official photographer to the President of the United States, then this
20 55 minute program will be very interesting to you. Check out the 20 minute excerpt embedded above or through the link below.
Thanks for the heads up, Andy!
Here’s a interesting little teaser video for “The President’s Photographer: Fifty Years Inside the Oval Office“, a PBS documentary that premiered on November 24th, 2010. It takes you behind the scenes with Pete Souza, the official White House photographer who follows President Obama around everywhere he goes, capturing tens of thousands of photographs every month.
Also be sure to check out the 45-minute interview with Souza that we shared here at the beginning of the month.
(via f stoppers)