Directors: Todd Weinstein & Peter Norrman
A film about Harold Feinstein whose photography career spans over 50 years, and who is known for both mastering black and white documentary style work and digital technology as an artistic medium. Renowned photography critic and historian A. D. Coleman has said of his early work: “Here is New York small-camera photography at its best – humanistic, intimate, engaged, almost intrusive.” He went on to call Feinstein “a true photographer’s photographer.”
In early 2000, Feinstein began to work in digital technology, resulting in seven color books published by Little, Brown, & Company. The celebrated One Hundred Flowers (2000) is now in it’s third printing. His trend-setting in the arena of digital photography earned him the Smithsonian Institute’s Computerworld Smithsonian Award, in 2000.