1. Belly of the Beast

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    Markus Andersen doggedly pursues not merely cool images but great images. Sydney, Australia is his canvas - he calls it the belly of the beast. His art practice encompasses documentary, street and conceptual bodies of work using analogue 35mm, 120 film and the iPhone as his capture mediums.This video shows the thinking behind the artist's work, which has been exhibited in New York, Paris, Istanbul, Toronto, Sydney and the United Kingdom. IMAGES instagram.com/markusxandersen http://www.markusandersen.com/ http://tinycollective.com/ TITLE SEQUENCE http://instagram.com/koci http://richardkocihernandez.com/ MUSIC http://chriszabriskie.com/ soundcloud.com/djbutcherr http://framesfound.com/ https://twitter.com/robs_norton

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    • Street Photography: Documenting the Human Condition - Part One of Three

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      Back in 2006 I wrote a .pdf about purism and street photography and posted it on deviantart.com. I featured not only my own work but many of my street-shooting friends from all over the world. Having wrote that it was always in the back of my mind that I wanted to update it. Yes, I could have written something yet I really wanted to do it with video. Until the Canon EOS 5D Mark 2 came about -- and with the most recent firmware update -- i couldn't have achieved "the look" i wanted. Over the course of two months this summer I enlisted the help of some friends to shoot ... I dunno ... the next volume or whatever this is. In this video you'll see my work and that of photographers Severin Koller, Frank Jackson and Mario Anzuoni, all with different perspectives for shooting street photography. There are too many people to thank; please read the credits at the end of part three. I hope you enjoy it. I know that I had an amazing time shooting and editing it.

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      • Street Photography: Documenting the Human Condition - Part Two of Three

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        Back in 2006 I wrote a .pdf about purism and street photography and posted it on deviantart.com. I featured not only my own work but many of my street-shooting friends from all over the world. Having wrote that it was always in the back of my mind that I wanted to update it. Yes, I could have written something yet I really wanted to do it with video. Until the Canon EOS 5D Mark 2 came about -- and with the most recent firmware update -- i couldn't have achieved "the look" i wanted. Over the course of two months this summer I enlisted the help of some friends to shoot ... I dunno ... the next volume or whatever this is. In this video you'll see my work and that of photographers Severin Koller, Frank Jackson and Mario Anzuoni, all with different perspectives for shooting street photography. There are too many people to thank; please read the credits at the end of part three. I hope you enjoy it. I know that I had an amazing time shooting and editing it.

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        • Street Photography: Documenting the Human Condition - Part Three of Three

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          Back in 2006 I wrote a .pdf about purism and street photography and posted it on deviantart.com. I featured not only my own work but many of my street-shooting friends from all over the world. Having wrote that it was always in the back of my mind that I wanted to update it. Yes, I could have written something yet I really wanted to do it with video. Until the Canon EOS 5D Mark 2 came about -- and with the most recent firmware update -- i couldn't have achieved "the look" i wanted. Over the course of two months this summer I enlisted the help of some friends to shoot ... I dunno ... the next volume or whatever this is. In this video you'll see my work and that of photographers Severin Koller, Frank Jackson and Mario Anzuoni, all with different perspectives for shooting street photography. There are too many people to thank; please read the credits at the end of part three. I hope you enjoy it. I know that I had an amazing time shooting and editing it.

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          • M6 MP Shutter-release voice

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            Took by Nikon D3s D-Movie function with AF Zoom-Nikkor 24-85mm f/2.8-4D IF, show up what's different voice between Leica M6 and MP shutter release voice.

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            • Leica & Magnum Photos Present: Generation X - Werner Bischof in India and Japan

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              In the 1950s Magnum created portfolios for "Generation X". Every photographer was given a group project: the task of portraying the new generation in the country he was visiting. The selected individuals were each interviewed using the same questionnaire, herein creating a fascinating portrait of a future generation. "Generation X" was published throughout the world. This video highlights Werner Bischof's trip to India and Japan and the people he photographed and interviewed on his journey.

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              • Leica & Magnum: Constantine Manos - Personal Documentary

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                Constantine Manos was born in 1934 in South Carolina to Greek immigrant parents. He went on to attend the University of South Carolina, from which he graduated in 1955. Joining Magnum Photos in 1963, he then became a full Member in 1965. This video, produced in partnership with Magnum, is a personal documentary of Manos' wide-ranging subjects – from desegregation in the American South to life in Greece and his later work throughout America which he shot in color. One thing has remained constant throughout his career, it's been Costa and his Leica rangefinder.

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                • LET US ROAM: Ray Barbee

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                  Here is the first film from the LET US ROAM series featuring Ray Barbee, a legendary professional skateboarder from San Jose, CA. Barbee's film explores his passion for music and photography, which were made accessible through skateboarding. This short film illustrates his passion for creativity.

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                  • Ed Templeton: A Professional Skateboarder Turns Artist

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                    Photographer and professional skateboarder Ed Templeton uses his Leica M6 to capture images of skateboarding life. In this portrait, he gives us a clearer picture of his views on life, photography, Leicas, and the nature of his creative quest.

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                    • Leica & Magnum: The Spirit Lives Here by Bruce Gilden

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                      In our latest photo essay made in collaboration with Magnum Photos, we follow Bruce Gilden to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Bruce Gilden first traveled to Haiti in 1984 and made 19 trips over the course of 10 years, culminating in his book titled, quite simply, “Haiti”. In February and March 2010, he went back to Port-au-Prince to witness firsthand what had happened in the wake of the earthquake. What he found was a city destroyed and people who are poor of everything but grace, pride and a distinctive soul. During his most recent trip this past September, he went back to document a refugee camp that has sprung up across the street from the half-destroyed presidential palace in downtown Port-au-Prince. In this video, Gilden shares his audio, video and photo captures of this neighborhood of decorated huts built out of scavenged corrugated tin and cardboard, recreated with all the elements of Haitian life as if the people knew right away that this temporary settlement would be their long term home. You can also read our interview with Bruce Gilden on the Leica blog: http://bit.ly/BGSpirit

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