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Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Gul Cevikoglu
 

Hi Everyone, here is the input list for art and creativity. 30 films to watch..
Thanks you for sharing for all the good movies.



gul cevikoglu
Instagram: gulchephotography


On Monday, April 6, 2020, 11:17:28 AM EDT, Nica Strong <mozues@...> wrote:


Hello!

First, thank you for the note. Much appreciated.

Second, that was not my commentary - let me give credit where it is due.  I just copied the descriptions under the links.  Sorry.  However, I wanted to give you a synopsis of what each one was about just in case one thing peaked your interest.

Nica

On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:13 AM hollis <rafsax@...> wrote:
Nica
Thank you so much. This is a treasure chest of amazing videos to watch and I love that you curated the list with commentary. A labor  of love. Very much appreciated!   Stay safe and sound and healthy all. 
Holli 


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 10:04 AM Nica <pwpnica@...> wrote:

Hey everyone,

First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Second - apologies for the very long message.

 

I wanted to share some shows that I think you may like about photography.  These selections I have watched myself and I think they show the diversity, creativity, depth and simplicity of the photographers.  I hope you like one.

 

Wild Photo Adventures

Watch on Amazon Prime 

Watch on YouTube for free 

It follows host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he travels around America to shoot breathtaking imagery of the natural world. But there’s also a strong educational element, and the main focus is in demonstrating the kind of tips and techniques that can help you follow in Gardner's footsteps.

 

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Watch on Netflix 

This documentary chronicles the career of Harry Benson, a Scottish photographer who earned global fame with his candid shots of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson and others.

So as you mighht expect, there’s plenty of starpower and celebrity name dropping in this look at his life. But that’s not the whole story. 

 

 

Abstract: The Art of Design ( Season 1 - Episode 7)

Watch on Netflix 

Created by former Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich, Abstract: The Art of Design takes you behind the scenes of leading creatives in a variety of disciplines, including architecture, graphic design, illustration and even shoe design. Episode 7 is the turn of photography, and it’s an absolute corker.

Its subject is Platon, a British photographer who has taken portraits of many world leaders, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Muammar Gaddafi. And his story turns out to be a fascinating one. 

We learn why Platon eschews digital and still shoots on film; how he goes deep into his subject and pushes the envelope when it comes to empathy; and why he feels he needs to take a stand through his work. It’s hard not to walk away from this documentary with a sense of awe.

 

Chasing Ice

Rent or buy on Amazon 

National Geographic photographer James Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, as part of a project he founded called the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS).  The documentary includes scenes from a glacier calving event in Greenland that lasted 75 minutes, the longest such event ever captured on film, which Balog describes as “like watching a city break apart." 

 

Conflict

This series examines the role of photography in documenting and understanding violence

In this emotional mini-series, six conflict photographers reflect on their experiences capturing the atrocities of war and other manifestations of violence on film. 

These photos are disturbing to watch, but engrossing and absorbing throughout, this series really digs deep into what drives photographers to shoot scenes of violence, and how they can be a force for good.

Watch it for free here (35 minutes long): https://vimeo.com/149779134?utm_campaign=3486349&utm_source=affiliate&utm_channel=affiliate&cjevent=fab24dd3780011ea808704700a240614

Buy the full version (52 minutes) here: http://watch.redfitz.com/conflict

 

The Fifth Sense: Episode 2

Watch for free on YouTube 

Harley Weir is a photographer who’s shot campaigns for some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, and whose work has appeared in magazines including Dazed, Pop, and British Vogue.

I loved this – this was all about women photographers.  Even though it is only 13 minutes and 27 seconds long, it was the best I have spent in a while. 😊

 

 

Duffy: The Man Who Shot The Sixties

Watch for free online 

This BBC documentary tells the story of photographer Brian Duffy, one of the iconic photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties’, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, aka the 'Black Trinity'.

 

 

Everybody Street

The history of New York street photography across nine decades

Rent or buy on Amazon  

Rent or buy on Vimeo on Demand 

This stirring documentary about New York’s tradition of street photography features some of its most esteemed practitioners, including Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and others. 

Tracing the story of the artform over nine decades, and featuring commentary from historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante, it expertly captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and often immediate danger behind the craft, and explains why the results were so important.

 

National Geographic The Photographers

This vintage TV series about photography is still very much worth a watch

Watch online for free

Going behind the scenes with a range of National Geographic photographers, this classic TV series from 1996 set out to answer the question: "How did they get that shot?" 

The answers given by the interviewees are honest and revealing, and explore everything from bureaucratic obstacles such as obtaining visas, to dangers including wild animals and local bandits. The photographers also discuss of the emotional challenges of shooting scenes such as African famines, as well as the loneliness that can be involved in the job.

 

World of Photography

Most of this classic series is now available to watch for free on YouTube

Watch online for free

World of Photography was a weekly half-hour show that aired on ABC from 1985 to 1991. More than 175 half-hour episodes were produced, including more than 450 story segments, and around 200 of those archived stories have been uploaded to a special YouTube channel.  

 

 

Hondros

This crowdfunded documentary is a fitting tribute to the late Chris Hondros

Watch on Netflix 

This American documentary tells the story of Chris Hondros, who was killed in a mortar attack while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. 

It also gets to the heart of an uncomfortable truth about photographing conflict; that it’s impossible to do safely. “The problem with war photography is there’s absolutely no way to do it from a distance,” Chris says at one point. You have to be close.”

 

 

Time Zero

Time Zero tells the story of Polaroid in three parts

Watch on Amazon Prime  

Subtitled ‘The Last Year of Polaroid Film', Time Zero begins as a eulogy to Polaroid instant film and cameras, reliving the magic of the 20th century technology through the perspective of a few Polaroid artists and former employees of the company. 

 

Women in Photography

Last, but definitely not least “Women in Photography”.  Here is a montage of different female photographers.  Clicking on this link opens up the playlist – just click play the playlist and it will play them all.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ1oRLUFxWABV9mWvXpk2AkDZ-TaY7wOk

 

 

 

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Re: The Painter of Battles

Sheila Phalon
 

Marilyn,

I am glad you mentioned the Painter of Battles.  I was going to recommend it too. It one of the best books about a photographer and capturing images that I have read. 

Be well.

Sheila 

On Monday, April 6, 2020, 10:15:31 AM EDT, Marilyn Kirsch <marilyn@...> wrote:


I realize this is not a film, but The Painter of Battles is a great book.
Actually I wish someone would make it into a film.
It is not about photography Per se, but if you read this you will know what I mean.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1143742.The_Painter_of_Battles

I don't want to give the story away by telling too much.

Cheers everyone and keep safe,

Marilyn


--

Marilyn Kirsch

www.marilynkirsch.com
marilyn@...


Re: METROPOLITAN OPERA

Debbie
 

thanks! 
Debbie Guedalia

201-394-6002




On Apr 6, 2020, at 10:45 AM, Barbara Nelson 1 <bnelson2@...> wrote:

Don’t forget that in April MET OPERA is streaming live some of their best performances that were taped earlier for movie theaters.
Go onto their site  Tonight is AIDA - who doesn’t love the extravaganza  - all are free.  metropolitan Opera .com


barbara nelson

--
Barbara Nelson





Re: say "thank you"

Nica
 

This is so true.  Thank you for reminding us. :)

Nica Strong
Director of Membership, PWP
Phone: 347-624-9587


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:12 AM Barbara Nelson 1 <bnelson2@...> wrote:
non - photo message

yesterday I asked an MTA bus driver a couple of travel questions (GWB is start and end of some local MTA bus routes) - on leaving I said “thank you for driving during these weeks”
He was surprised and most appreciative.

barbara nelson





--
Barbara Nelson




Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Nica Strong
 

Hello!

First, thank you for the note. Much appreciated.

Second, that was not my commentary - let me give credit where it is due.  I just copied the descriptions under the links.  Sorry.  However, I wanted to give you a synopsis of what each one was about just in case one thing peaked your interest.

Nica


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:13 AM hollis <rafsax@...> wrote:
Nica
Thank you so much. This is a treasure chest of amazing videos to watch and I love that you curated the list with commentary. A labor  of love. Very much appreciated!   Stay safe and sound and healthy all. 
Holli 


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 10:04 AM Nica <pwpnica@...> wrote:

Hey everyone,

First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Second - apologies for the very long message.

 

I wanted to share some shows that I think you may like about photography.  These selections I have watched myself and I think they show the diversity, creativity, depth and simplicity of the photographers.  I hope you like one.

 

Wild Photo Adventures

Watch on Amazon Prime 

Watch on YouTube for free 

It follows host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he travels around America to shoot breathtaking imagery of the natural world. But there’s also a strong educational element, and the main focus is in demonstrating the kind of tips and techniques that can help you follow in Gardner's footsteps.

 

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Watch on Netflix 

This documentary chronicles the career of Harry Benson, a Scottish photographer who earned global fame with his candid shots of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson and others.

So as you mighht expect, there’s plenty of starpower and celebrity name dropping in this look at his life. But that’s not the whole story. 

 

 

Abstract: The Art of Design ( Season 1 - Episode 7)

Watch on Netflix 

Created by former Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich, Abstract: The Art of Design takes you behind the scenes of leading creatives in a variety of disciplines, including architecture, graphic design, illustration and even shoe design. Episode 7 is the turn of photography, and it’s an absolute corker.

Its subject is Platon, a British photographer who has taken portraits of many world leaders, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Muammar Gaddafi. And his story turns out to be a fascinating one. 

We learn why Platon eschews digital and still shoots on film; how he goes deep into his subject and pushes the envelope when it comes to empathy; and why he feels he needs to take a stand through his work. It’s hard not to walk away from this documentary with a sense of awe.

 

Chasing Ice

Rent or buy on Amazon 

National Geographic photographer James Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, as part of a project he founded called the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS).  The documentary includes scenes from a glacier calving event in Greenland that lasted 75 minutes, the longest such event ever captured on film, which Balog describes as “like watching a city break apart." 

 

Conflict

This series examines the role of photography in documenting and understanding violence

In this emotional mini-series, six conflict photographers reflect on their experiences capturing the atrocities of war and other manifestations of violence on film. 

These photos are disturbing to watch, but engrossing and absorbing throughout, this series really digs deep into what drives photographers to shoot scenes of violence, and how they can be a force for good.

Watch it for free here (35 minutes long): https://vimeo.com/149779134?utm_campaign=3486349&utm_source=affiliate&utm_channel=affiliate&cjevent=fab24dd3780011ea808704700a240614

Buy the full version (52 minutes) here: http://watch.redfitz.com/conflict

 

The Fifth Sense: Episode 2

Watch for free on YouTube 

Harley Weir is a photographer who’s shot campaigns for some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, and whose work has appeared in magazines including Dazed, Pop, and British Vogue.

I loved this – this was all about women photographers.  Even though it is only 13 minutes and 27 seconds long, it was the best I have spent in a while. 😊

 

 

Duffy: The Man Who Shot The Sixties

Watch for free online 

This BBC documentary tells the story of photographer Brian Duffy, one of the iconic photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties’, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, aka the 'Black Trinity'.

 

 

Everybody Street

The history of New York street photography across nine decades

Rent or buy on Amazon  

Rent or buy on Vimeo on Demand 

This stirring documentary about New York’s tradition of street photography features some of its most esteemed practitioners, including Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and others. 

Tracing the story of the artform over nine decades, and featuring commentary from historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante, it expertly captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and often immediate danger behind the craft, and explains why the results were so important.

 

National Geographic The Photographers

This vintage TV series about photography is still very much worth a watch

Watch online for free

Going behind the scenes with a range of National Geographic photographers, this classic TV series from 1996 set out to answer the question: "How did they get that shot?" 

The answers given by the interviewees are honest and revealing, and explore everything from bureaucratic obstacles such as obtaining visas, to dangers including wild animals and local bandits. The photographers also discuss of the emotional challenges of shooting scenes such as African famines, as well as the loneliness that can be involved in the job.

 

World of Photography

Most of this classic series is now available to watch for free on YouTube

Watch online for free

World of Photography was a weekly half-hour show that aired on ABC from 1985 to 1991. More than 175 half-hour episodes were produced, including more than 450 story segments, and around 200 of those archived stories have been uploaded to a special YouTube channel.  

 

 

Hondros

This crowdfunded documentary is a fitting tribute to the late Chris Hondros

Watch on Netflix 

This American documentary tells the story of Chris Hondros, who was killed in a mortar attack while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. 

It also gets to the heart of an uncomfortable truth about photographing conflict; that it’s impossible to do safely. “The problem with war photography is there’s absolutely no way to do it from a distance,” Chris says at one point. You have to be close.”

 

 

Time Zero

Time Zero tells the story of Polaroid in three parts

Watch on Amazon Prime  

Subtitled ‘The Last Year of Polaroid Film', Time Zero begins as a eulogy to Polaroid instant film and cameras, reliving the magic of the 20th century technology through the perspective of a few Polaroid artists and former employees of the company. 

 

Women in Photography

Last, but definitely not least “Women in Photography”.  Here is a montage of different female photographers.  Clicking on this link opens up the playlist – just click play the playlist and it will play them all.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ1oRLUFxWABV9mWvXpk2AkDZ-TaY7wOk

 

 

 

--
***************************
hollis rafkin-sax
rafsax@...
917 509-0255

www.hollisrafkin-sax.com
Instagram:  hollisrafkinsax 


Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

hollis
 

Nica
Thank you so much. This is a treasure chest of amazing videos to watch and I love that you curated the list with commentary. A labor  of love. Very much appreciated!   Stay safe and sound and healthy all. 
Holli 


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 10:04 AM Nica <pwpnica@...> wrote:

Hey everyone,

First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Second - apologies for the very long message.

 

I wanted to share some shows that I think you may like about photography.  These selections I have watched myself and I think they show the diversity, creativity, depth and simplicity of the photographers.  I hope you like one.

 

Wild Photo Adventures

Watch on Amazon Prime 

Watch on YouTube for free 

It follows host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he travels around America to shoot breathtaking imagery of the natural world. But there’s also a strong educational element, and the main focus is in demonstrating the kind of tips and techniques that can help you follow in Gardner's footsteps.

 

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Watch on Netflix 

This documentary chronicles the career of Harry Benson, a Scottish photographer who earned global fame with his candid shots of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson and others.

So as you mighht expect, there’s plenty of starpower and celebrity name dropping in this look at his life. But that’s not the whole story. 

 

 

Abstract: The Art of Design ( Season 1 - Episode 7)

Watch on Netflix 

Created by former Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich, Abstract: The Art of Design takes you behind the scenes of leading creatives in a variety of disciplines, including architecture, graphic design, illustration and even shoe design. Episode 7 is the turn of photography, and it’s an absolute corker.

Its subject is Platon, a British photographer who has taken portraits of many world leaders, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Muammar Gaddafi. And his story turns out to be a fascinating one. 

We learn why Platon eschews digital and still shoots on film; how he goes deep into his subject and pushes the envelope when it comes to empathy; and why he feels he needs to take a stand through his work. It’s hard not to walk away from this documentary with a sense of awe.

 

Chasing Ice

Rent or buy on Amazon 

National Geographic photographer James Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, as part of a project he founded called the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS).  The documentary includes scenes from a glacier calving event in Greenland that lasted 75 minutes, the longest such event ever captured on film, which Balog describes as “like watching a city break apart." 

 

Conflict

This series examines the role of photography in documenting and understanding violence

In this emotional mini-series, six conflict photographers reflect on their experiences capturing the atrocities of war and other manifestations of violence on film. 

These photos are disturbing to watch, but engrossing and absorbing throughout, this series really digs deep into what drives photographers to shoot scenes of violence, and how they can be a force for good.

Watch it for free here (35 minutes long): https://vimeo.com/149779134?utm_campaign=3486349&utm_source=affiliate&utm_channel=affiliate&cjevent=fab24dd3780011ea808704700a240614

Buy the full version (52 minutes) here: http://watch.redfitz.com/conflict

 

The Fifth Sense: Episode 2

Watch for free on YouTube 

Harley Weir is a photographer who’s shot campaigns for some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, and whose work has appeared in magazines including Dazed, Pop, and British Vogue.

I loved this – this was all about women photographers.  Even though it is only 13 minutes and 27 seconds long, it was the best I have spent in a while. 😊

 

 

Duffy: The Man Who Shot The Sixties

Watch for free online 

This BBC documentary tells the story of photographer Brian Duffy, one of the iconic photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties’, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, aka the 'Black Trinity'.

 

 

Everybody Street

The history of New York street photography across nine decades

Rent or buy on Amazon  

Rent or buy on Vimeo on Demand 

This stirring documentary about New York’s tradition of street photography features some of its most esteemed practitioners, including Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and others. 

Tracing the story of the artform over nine decades, and featuring commentary from historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante, it expertly captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and often immediate danger behind the craft, and explains why the results were so important.

 

National Geographic The Photographers

This vintage TV series about photography is still very much worth a watch

Watch online for free

Going behind the scenes with a range of National Geographic photographers, this classic TV series from 1996 set out to answer the question: "How did they get that shot?" 

The answers given by the interviewees are honest and revealing, and explore everything from bureaucratic obstacles such as obtaining visas, to dangers including wild animals and local bandits. The photographers also discuss of the emotional challenges of shooting scenes such as African famines, as well as the loneliness that can be involved in the job.

 

World of Photography

Most of this classic series is now available to watch for free on YouTube

Watch online for free

World of Photography was a weekly half-hour show that aired on ABC from 1985 to 1991. More than 175 half-hour episodes were produced, including more than 450 story segments, and around 200 of those archived stories have been uploaded to a special YouTube channel.  

 

 

Hondros

This crowdfunded documentary is a fitting tribute to the late Chris Hondros

Watch on Netflix 

This American documentary tells the story of Chris Hondros, who was killed in a mortar attack while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. 

It also gets to the heart of an uncomfortable truth about photographing conflict; that it’s impossible to do safely. “The problem with war photography is there’s absolutely no way to do it from a distance,” Chris says at one point. You have to be close.”

 

 

Time Zero

Time Zero tells the story of Polaroid in three parts

Watch on Amazon Prime  

Subtitled ‘The Last Year of Polaroid Film', Time Zero begins as a eulogy to Polaroid instant film and cameras, reliving the magic of the 20th century technology through the perspective of a few Polaroid artists and former employees of the company. 

 

Women in Photography

Last, but definitely not least “Women in Photography”.  Here is a montage of different female photographers.  Clicking on this link opens up the playlist – just click play the playlist and it will play them all.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ1oRLUFxWABV9mWvXpk2AkDZ-TaY7wOk

 

 

 

--
***************************
hollis rafkin-sax
rafsax@...
917 509-0255

www.hollisrafkin-sax.com
Instagram:  hollisrafkinsax 


say "thank you"

Barbara Nelson 1
 

non - photo message

yesterday I asked an MTA bus driver a couple of travel questions (GWB is start and end of some local MTA bus routes) - on leaving I said “thank you for driving during these weeks”
He was surprised and most appreciative.

barbara nelson





--
Barbara Nelson


METROPOLITAN OPERA

Barbara Nelson 1
 

Don’t forget that in April MET OPERA is streaming live some of their best performances that were taped earlier for movie theaters.
Go onto their site Tonight is AIDA - who doesn’t love the extravaganza - all are free. metropolitan Opera .com


barbara nelson

--
Barbara Nelson


The Painter of Battles

Marilyn Kirsch
 

I realize this is not a film, but The Painter of Battles is a great book.
Actually I wish someone would make it into a film.
It is not about photography Per se, but if you read this you will know what I mean.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1143742.The_Painter_of_Battles

I don't want to give the story away by telling too much.

Cheers everyone and keep safe,

Marilyn


--

Marilyn Kirsch

www.marilynkirsch.com
marilyn@...


Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Linette Kielinski
 

Thank you for this list! I can’t wait to dig in to some of them this evening. 
Stay safe everyone!

Kindly,
Linette Messina Kielinski 
Linettekielinski.com
Kielinski.com




On Apr 6, 2020, at 10:04 AM, Nica <pwpnica@...> wrote:



Hey everyone,

First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Second - apologies for the very long message.

 

I wanted to share some shows that I think you may like about photography.  These selections I have watched myself and I think they show the diversity, creativity, depth and simplicity of the photographers.  I hope you like one.

 

Wild Photo Adventures

Watch on Amazon Prime 

Watch on YouTube for free 

It follows host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he travels around America to shoot breathtaking imagery of the natural world. But there’s also a strong educational element, and the main focus is in demonstrating the kind of tips and techniques that can help you follow in Gardner's footsteps.

 

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Watch on Netflix 

This documentary chronicles the career of Harry Benson, a Scottish photographer who earned global fame with his candid shots of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson and others.

So as you mighht expect, there’s plenty of starpower and celebrity name dropping in this look at his life. But that’s not the whole story. 

 

 

Abstract: The Art of Design ( Season 1 - Episode 7)

Watch on Netflix 

Created by former Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich, Abstract: The Art of Design takes you behind the scenes of leading creatives in a variety of disciplines, including architecture, graphic design, illustration and even shoe design. Episode 7 is the turn of photography, and it’s an absolute corker.

Its subject is Platon, a British photographer who has taken portraits of many world leaders, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Muammar Gaddafi. And his story turns out to be a fascinating one. 

We learn why Platon eschews digital and still shoots on film; how he goes deep into his subject and pushes the envelope when it comes to empathy; and why he feels he needs to take a stand through his work. It’s hard not to walk away from this documentary with a sense of awe.

 

Chasing Ice

Rent or buy on Amazon 

National Geographic photographer James Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, as part of a project he founded called the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS).  The documentary includes scenes from a glacier calving event in Greenland that lasted 75 minutes, the longest such event ever captured on film, which Balog describes as “like watching a city break apart." 

 

Conflict

This series examines the role of photography in documenting and understanding violence

In this emotional mini-series, six conflict photographers reflect on their experiences capturing the atrocities of war and other manifestations of violence on film. 

These photos are disturbing to watch, but engrossing and absorbing throughout, this series really digs deep into what drives photographers to shoot scenes of violence, and how they can be a force for good.

Watch it for free here (35 minutes long): https://vimeo.com/149779134?utm_campaign=3486349&utm_source=affiliate&utm_channel=affiliate&cjevent=fab24dd3780011ea808704700a240614

Buy the full version (52 minutes) here: http://watch.redfitz.com/conflict

 

The Fifth Sense: Episode 2

Watch for free on YouTube 

Harley Weir is a photographer who’s shot campaigns for some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, and whose work has appeared in magazines including Dazed, Pop, and British Vogue.

I loved this – this was all about women photographers.  Even though it is only 13 minutes and 27 seconds long, it was the best I have spent in a while. 😊

 

 

Duffy: The Man Who Shot The Sixties

Watch for free online 

This BBC documentary tells the story of photographer Brian Duffy, one of the iconic photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties’, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, aka the 'Black Trinity'.

 

 

Everybody Street

The history of New York street photography across nine decades

Rent or buy on Amazon  

Rent or buy on Vimeo on Demand 

This stirring documentary about New York’s tradition of street photography features some of its most esteemed practitioners, including Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and others. 

Tracing the story of the artform over nine decades, and featuring commentary from historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante, it expertly captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and often immediate danger behind the craft, and explains why the results were so important.

 

National Geographic The Photographers

This vintage TV series about photography is still very much worth a watch

Watch online for free

Going behind the scenes with a range of National Geographic photographers, this classic TV series from 1996 set out to answer the question: "How did they get that shot?" 

The answers given by the interviewees are honest and revealing, and explore everything from bureaucratic obstacles such as obtaining visas, to dangers including wild animals and local bandits. The photographers also discuss of the emotional challenges of shooting scenes such as African famines, as well as the loneliness that can be involved in the job.

 

World of Photography

Most of this classic series is now available to watch for free on YouTube

Watch online for free

World of Photography was a weekly half-hour show that aired on ABC from 1985 to 1991. More than 175 half-hour episodes were produced, including more than 450 story segments, and around 200 of those archived stories have been uploaded to a special YouTube channel.  

 

 

Hondros

This crowdfunded documentary is a fitting tribute to the late Chris Hondros

Watch on Netflix 

This American documentary tells the story of Chris Hondros, who was killed in a mortar attack while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. 

It also gets to the heart of an uncomfortable truth about photographing conflict; that it’s impossible to do safely. “The problem with war photography is there’s absolutely no way to do it from a distance,” Chris says at one point. You have to be close.”

 

 

Time Zero

Time Zero tells the story of Polaroid in three parts

Watch on Amazon Prime  

Subtitled ‘The Last Year of Polaroid Film', Time Zero begins as a eulogy to Polaroid instant film and cameras, reliving the magic of the 20th century technology through the perspective of a few Polaroid artists and former employees of the company. 

 

Women in Photography

Last, but definitely not least “Women in Photography”.  Here is a montage of different female photographers.  Clicking on this link opens up the playlist – just click play the playlist and it will play them all.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ1oRLUFxWABV9mWvXpk2AkDZ-TaY7wOk

 

 

 


Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Patty Tuggle
 

Thank you for these great links!.....and I also hope everyone is fairing well.

If any of you need anything just reach out and I will try to help!!

Love to you all!

Stay up and keep imaging!

Patty Tuggle – in Florida

 

 

 

 

From: Members@PWP.groups.io <Members@PWP.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nica
Sent: Monday, April 6, 2020 10:05 AM
To: Members@PWP.groups.io
Subject: Re: [PWP] Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

 

Hey everyone,

First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Second - apologies for the very long message.

 

I wanted to share some shows that I think you may like about photography.  These selections I have watched myself and I think they show the diversity, creativity, depth and simplicity of the photographers.  I hope you like one.

 

Wild Photo Adventures

Watch on Amazon Prime 

Watch on YouTube for free 

It follows host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he travels around America to shoot breathtaking imagery of the natural world. But there’s also a strong educational element, and the main focus is in demonstrating the kind of tips and techniques that can help you follow in Gardner's footsteps.

 

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Watch on Netflix 

This documentary chronicles the career of Harry Benson, a Scottish photographer who earned global fame with his candid shots of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson and others.

So as you mighht expect, there’s plenty of starpower and celebrity name dropping in this look at his life. But that’s not the whole story. 

 

 

Abstract: The Art of Design ( Season 1 - Episode 7)

Watch on Netflix 

Created by former Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich, Abstract: The Art of Design takes you behind the scenes of leading creatives in a variety of disciplines, including architecture, graphic design, illustration and even shoe design. Episode 7 is the turn of photography, and it’s an absolute corker.

Its subject is Platon, a British photographer who has taken portraits of many world leaders, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Muammar Gaddafi. And his story turns out to be a fascinating one. 

We learn why Platon eschews digital and still shoots on film; how he goes deep into his subject and pushes the envelope when it comes to empathy; and why he feels he needs to take a stand through his work. It’s hard not to walk away from this documentary with a sense of awe.

 

Chasing Ice

Rent or buy on Amazon 

National Geographic photographer James Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, as part of a project he founded called the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS).  The documentary includes scenes from a glacier calving event in Greenland that lasted 75 minutes, the longest such event ever captured on film, which Balog describes as “like watching a city break apart." 

 

Conflict

This series examines the role of photography in documenting and understanding violence

In this emotional mini-series, six conflict photographers reflect on their experiences capturing the atrocities of war and other manifestations of violence on film. 

These photos are disturbing to watch, but engrossing and absorbing throughout, this series really digs deep into what drives photographers to shoot scenes of violence, and how they can be a force for good.

Watch it for free here (35 minutes long): https://vimeo.com/149779134?utm_campaign=3486349&utm_source=affiliate&utm_channel=affiliate&cjevent=fab24dd3780011ea808704700a240614

Buy the full version (52 minutes) here: http://watch.redfitz.com/conflict

 

The Fifth Sense: Episode 2

Watch for free on YouTube 

Harley Weir is a photographer who’s shot campaigns for some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, and whose work has appeared in magazines including Dazed, Pop, and British Vogue.

I loved this – this was all about women photographers.  Even though it is only 13 minutes and 27 seconds long, it was the best I have spent in a while. 😊

 

 

Duffy: The Man Who Shot The Sixties

Watch for free online 

This BBC documentary tells the story of photographer Brian Duffy, one of the iconic photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties’, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, aka the 'Black Trinity'.

 

 

Everybody Street

The history of New York street photography across nine decades

Rent or buy on Amazon  

Rent or buy on Vimeo on Demand 

This stirring documentary about New York’s tradition of street photography features some of its most esteemed practitioners, including Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and others. 

Tracing the story of the artform over nine decades, and featuring commentary from historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante, it expertly captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and often immediate danger behind the craft, and explains why the results were so important.

 

National Geographic The Photographers

This vintage TV series about photography is still very much worth a watch

Watch online for free

Going behind the scenes with a range of National Geographic photographers, this classic TV series from 1996 set out to answer the question: "How did they get that shot?" 

The answers given by the interviewees are honest and revealing, and explore everything from bureaucratic obstacles such as obtaining visas, to dangers including wild animals and local bandits. The photographers also discuss of the emotional challenges of shooting scenes such as African famines, as well as the loneliness that can be involved in the job.

 

World of Photography

Most of this classic series is now available to watch for free on YouTube

Watch online for free

World of Photography was a weekly half-hour show that aired on ABC from 1985 to 1991. More than 175 half-hour episodes were produced, including more than 450 story segments, and around 200 of those archived stories have been uploaded to a special YouTube channel.  

 

 

Hondros

This crowdfunded documentary is a fitting tribute to the late Chris Hondros

Watch on Netflix 

This American documentary tells the story of Chris Hondros, who was killed in a mortar attack while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. 

It also gets to the heart of an uncomfortable truth about photographing conflict; that it’s impossible to do safely. “The problem with war photography is there’s absolutely no way to do it from a distance,” Chris says at one point. You have to be close.”

 

 

Time Zero

Time Zero tells the story of Polaroid in three parts

Watch on Amazon Prime  

Subtitled ‘The Last Year of Polaroid Film', Time Zero begins as a eulogy to Polaroid instant film and cameras, reliving the magic of the 20th century technology through the perspective of a few Polaroid artists and former employees of the company. 

 

Women in Photography

Last, but definitely not least “Women in Photography”.  Here is a montage of different female photographers.  Clicking on this link opens up the playlist – just click play the playlist and it will play them all.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ1oRLUFxWABV9mWvXpk2AkDZ-TaY7wOk

 

 

 


Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Vanetta Mayers
 

Wow, Nica! This is amazing!

Thank you,
VM

On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 10:04 AM Nica <pwpnica@...> wrote:

Hey everyone,

First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Second - apologies for the very long message.

 

I wanted to share some shows that I think you may like about photography.  These selections I have watched myself and I think they show the diversity, creativity, depth and simplicity of the photographers.  I hope you like one.

 

Wild Photo Adventures

Watch on Amazon Prime 

Watch on YouTube for free 

It follows host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he travels around America to shoot breathtaking imagery of the natural world. But there’s also a strong educational element, and the main focus is in demonstrating the kind of tips and techniques that can help you follow in Gardner's footsteps.

 

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Watch on Netflix 

This documentary chronicles the career of Harry Benson, a Scottish photographer who earned global fame with his candid shots of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson and others.

So as you mighht expect, there’s plenty of starpower and celebrity name dropping in this look at his life. But that’s not the whole story. 

 

 

Abstract: The Art of Design ( Season 1 - Episode 7)

Watch on Netflix 

Created by former Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich, Abstract: The Art of Design takes you behind the scenes of leading creatives in a variety of disciplines, including architecture, graphic design, illustration and even shoe design. Episode 7 is the turn of photography, and it’s an absolute corker.

Its subject is Platon, a British photographer who has taken portraits of many world leaders, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Muammar Gaddafi. And his story turns out to be a fascinating one. 

We learn why Platon eschews digital and still shoots on film; how he goes deep into his subject and pushes the envelope when it comes to empathy; and why he feels he needs to take a stand through his work. It’s hard not to walk away from this documentary with a sense of awe.

 

Chasing Ice

Rent or buy on Amazon 

National Geographic photographer James Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, as part of a project he founded called the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS).  The documentary includes scenes from a glacier calving event in Greenland that lasted 75 minutes, the longest such event ever captured on film, which Balog describes as “like watching a city break apart." 

 

Conflict

This series examines the role of photography in documenting and understanding violence

In this emotional mini-series, six conflict photographers reflect on their experiences capturing the atrocities of war and other manifestations of violence on film. 

These photos are disturbing to watch, but engrossing and absorbing throughout, this series really digs deep into what drives photographers to shoot scenes of violence, and how they can be a force for good.

Watch it for free here (35 minutes long): https://vimeo.com/149779134?utm_campaign=3486349&utm_source=affiliate&utm_channel=affiliate&cjevent=fab24dd3780011ea808704700a240614

Buy the full version (52 minutes) here: http://watch.redfitz.com/conflict

 

The Fifth Sense: Episode 2

Watch for free on YouTube 

Harley Weir is a photographer who’s shot campaigns for some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, and whose work has appeared in magazines including Dazed, Pop, and British Vogue.

I loved this – this was all about women photographers.  Even though it is only 13 minutes and 27 seconds long, it was the best I have spent in a while. 😊

 

 

Duffy: The Man Who Shot The Sixties

Watch for free online 

This BBC documentary tells the story of photographer Brian Duffy, one of the iconic photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties’, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, aka the 'Black Trinity'.

 

 

Everybody Street

The history of New York street photography across nine decades

Rent or buy on Amazon  

Rent or buy on Vimeo on Demand 

This stirring documentary about New York’s tradition of street photography features some of its most esteemed practitioners, including Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and others. 

Tracing the story of the artform over nine decades, and featuring commentary from historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante, it expertly captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and often immediate danger behind the craft, and explains why the results were so important.

 

National Geographic The Photographers

This vintage TV series about photography is still very much worth a watch

Watch online for free

Going behind the scenes with a range of National Geographic photographers, this classic TV series from 1996 set out to answer the question: "How did they get that shot?" 

The answers given by the interviewees are honest and revealing, and explore everything from bureaucratic obstacles such as obtaining visas, to dangers including wild animals and local bandits. The photographers also discuss of the emotional challenges of shooting scenes such as African famines, as well as the loneliness that can be involved in the job.

 

World of Photography

Most of this classic series is now available to watch for free on YouTube

Watch online for free

World of Photography was a weekly half-hour show that aired on ABC from 1985 to 1991. More than 175 half-hour episodes were produced, including more than 450 story segments, and around 200 of those archived stories have been uploaded to a special YouTube channel.  

 

 

Hondros

This crowdfunded documentary is a fitting tribute to the late Chris Hondros

Watch on Netflix 

This American documentary tells the story of Chris Hondros, who was killed in a mortar attack while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. 

It also gets to the heart of an uncomfortable truth about photographing conflict; that it’s impossible to do safely. “The problem with war photography is there’s absolutely no way to do it from a distance,” Chris says at one point. You have to be close.”

 

 

Time Zero

Time Zero tells the story of Polaroid in three parts

Watch on Amazon Prime  

Subtitled ‘The Last Year of Polaroid Film', Time Zero begins as a eulogy to Polaroid instant film and cameras, reliving the magic of the 20th century technology through the perspective of a few Polaroid artists and former employees of the company. 

 

Women in Photography

Last, but definitely not least “Women in Photography”.  Here is a montage of different female photographers.  Clicking on this link opens up the playlist – just click play the playlist and it will play them all.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ1oRLUFxWABV9mWvXpk2AkDZ-TaY7wOk

 

 

 


Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Nica
 

Hey everyone,

First, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  Second - apologies for the very long message.

 

I wanted to share some shows that I think you may like about photography.  These selections I have watched myself and I think they show the diversity, creativity, depth and simplicity of the photographers.  I hope you like one.

 

Wild Photo Adventures

Watch on Amazon Prime 

Watch on YouTube for free 

It follows host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he travels around America to shoot breathtaking imagery of the natural world. But there’s also a strong educational element, and the main focus is in demonstrating the kind of tips and techniques that can help you follow in Gardner's footsteps.

 

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Watch on Netflix 

This documentary chronicles the career of Harry Benson, a Scottish photographer who earned global fame with his candid shots of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson and others.

So as you mighht expect, there’s plenty of starpower and celebrity name dropping in this look at his life. But that’s not the whole story. 

 

 

Abstract: The Art of Design ( Season 1 - Episode 7)

Watch on Netflix 

Created by former Wired editor-in-chief Scott Dadich, Abstract: The Art of Design takes you behind the scenes of leading creatives in a variety of disciplines, including architecture, graphic design, illustration and even shoe design. Episode 7 is the turn of photography, and it’s an absolute corker.

Its subject is Platon, a British photographer who has taken portraits of many world leaders, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Muammar Gaddafi. And his story turns out to be a fascinating one. 

We learn why Platon eschews digital and still shoots on film; how he goes deep into his subject and pushes the envelope when it comes to empathy; and why he feels he needs to take a stand through his work. It’s hard not to walk away from this documentary with a sense of awe.

 

Chasing Ice

Rent or buy on Amazon 

National Geographic photographer James Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers, as part of a project he founded called the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS).  The documentary includes scenes from a glacier calving event in Greenland that lasted 75 minutes, the longest such event ever captured on film, which Balog describes as “like watching a city break apart." 

 

Conflict

This series examines the role of photography in documenting and understanding violence

In this emotional mini-series, six conflict photographers reflect on their experiences capturing the atrocities of war and other manifestations of violence on film. 

These photos are disturbing to watch, but engrossing and absorbing throughout, this series really digs deep into what drives photographers to shoot scenes of violence, and how they can be a force for good.

Watch it for free here (35 minutes long): https://vimeo.com/149779134?utm_campaign=3486349&utm_source=affiliate&utm_channel=affiliate&cjevent=fab24dd3780011ea808704700a240614

Buy the full version (52 minutes) here: http://watch.redfitz.com/conflict

 

The Fifth Sense: Episode 2

Watch for free on YouTube 

Harley Weir is a photographer who’s shot campaigns for some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, and whose work has appeared in magazines including Dazed, Pop, and British Vogue.

I loved this – this was all about women photographers.  Even though it is only 13 minutes and 27 seconds long, it was the best I have spent in a while. 😊

 

 

Duffy: The Man Who Shot The Sixties

Watch for free online 

This BBC documentary tells the story of photographer Brian Duffy, one of the iconic photographers who defined the look of London's 'Swinging Sixties’, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, aka the 'Black Trinity'.

 

 

Everybody Street

The history of New York street photography across nine decades

Rent or buy on Amazon  

Rent or buy on Vimeo on Demand 

This stirring documentary about New York’s tradition of street photography features some of its most esteemed practitioners, including Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz and others. 

Tracing the story of the artform over nine decades, and featuring commentary from historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante, it expertly captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and often immediate danger behind the craft, and explains why the results were so important.

 

National Geographic The Photographers

This vintage TV series about photography is still very much worth a watch

Watch online for free

Going behind the scenes with a range of National Geographic photographers, this classic TV series from 1996 set out to answer the question: "How did they get that shot?" 

The answers given by the interviewees are honest and revealing, and explore everything from bureaucratic obstacles such as obtaining visas, to dangers including wild animals and local bandits. The photographers also discuss of the emotional challenges of shooting scenes such as African famines, as well as the loneliness that can be involved in the job.

 

World of Photography

Most of this classic series is now available to watch for free on YouTube

Watch online for free

World of Photography was a weekly half-hour show that aired on ABC from 1985 to 1991. More than 175 half-hour episodes were produced, including more than 450 story segments, and around 200 of those archived stories have been uploaded to a special YouTube channel.  

 

 

Hondros

This crowdfunded documentary is a fitting tribute to the late Chris Hondros

Watch on Netflix 

This American documentary tells the story of Chris Hondros, who was killed in a mortar attack while covering the 2011 Libyan civil war. 

It also gets to the heart of an uncomfortable truth about photographing conflict; that it’s impossible to do safely. “The problem with war photography is there’s absolutely no way to do it from a distance,” Chris says at one point. You have to be close.”

 

 

Time Zero

Time Zero tells the story of Polaroid in three parts

Watch on Amazon Prime  

Subtitled ‘The Last Year of Polaroid Film', Time Zero begins as a eulogy to Polaroid instant film and cameras, reliving the magic of the 20th century technology through the perspective of a few Polaroid artists and former employees of the company. 

 

Women in Photography

Last, but definitely not least “Women in Photography”.  Here is a montage of different female photographers.  Clicking on this link opens up the playlist – just click play the playlist and it will play them all.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ1oRLUFxWABV9mWvXpk2AkDZ-TaY7wOk

 

 

 


Re: art - sort of / VERY FUN THIS ART SHOW !

Jamie Kalikow
 

Great shot, Sharon! 
Jamie


On Apr 3, 2020, at 6:55 PM, Sharron Crocker <untamednewyork@...> wrote:

Ok - I did one today - a few hours not sitting in front of the computer ...


S

Virus-free. www.avast.com

On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 12:48 PM Jane <mjhoffer@...> wrote:
There are almost too many to see in here but many of them are so creative, many so amusing


It brightened my day - elicited appreciative chuckles - so creative. ❤️💜

Even though most of us are stuck at home and can't go out and enjoy art in museums, that doesn't mean that life is boring or uncultured. The Getty Museum in Los Angeles challenged art fans to post photos of themselves recreating their favorite works of art from the safety of their homes. People responded with a lot of enthusiasm and flooded social media with their unique artistic interpretations.




Virus-free. www.avast.com

--
Sharron Lee Crocker
UntamedNewYork.com

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Re: If you are self-employed, you are eligible for unemployment benefits

Annah Bode
 

Here's the link to ASMP's TownHall webcasts:

https://www.asmp.org/asmp-covid-19-town-hall-qas/

You have to be a member though to access them.

The video of the latest one with Tom Maddrey (the attorney) hasn't posted yet, presumably because it took place on Friday.

Best wishes
Annah


On 4/4/2020 11:00 AM, Barbara Nelson 1 wrote:
There was an excellent webcast by ASMP -re  CARES act just signed into law.  The ASMP lawyer (also has his own firm in Texas) very clearly went through what it means to independent contractors - self employed,(which can be a staff of 2 or single - yourself only) -  how to apply, showed the forms, etc.   there is a lot of paper work to got through but there are monies  available - if the webcast was recorded I will try to get it for you as many in our photo circles would qualify.

barbara nelson 


On Apr 4, 2020, at 10:20 AM, Laura <laura@...> wrote:

If you are self-employed you are eligible for unemployment, with an extra payment from the Federal govt.  This is unprecedented. I have attached the guide on how to fill out the application. 
Here are two links for NYS:

https://www.ny.gov/services/get-unemployment-assistance

https://labor.ny.gov/unemploymentassistance.shtm



Re: keeping safe

Annah Bode
 

Hi Barbara
Hi all

This is the new routine I've developed:

I place a tiny amount of dish detergent on citrus fruit (oranges, tangerines, limes) and mangoes right before I plan to use/peel/eat them.
_I don't do this if the skin is bruised and the soap could penetrate the flesh_
Then I brush them gently with my vegetable brush for about 20 seconds and rinse, first with hot water, then cold water.

Fruit like kiwi I brush gently all over under running (fairly hot) water _without soap_ for the same amount of time, then rinse with cold water.
Ditto for tomatoes, radishes, scallions, etc.

Greens like watercress I rinse thoroughly in cold water and cook briefly.
Never eat them raw.
That's why I've stopped buying cilantro, to chagrin...

And this is what I've always done:

Put all fruits & vegetables in plastic bags (small amounts to cut down on the condensation) with a napkin in the lowest part of the fridge & remove them as needed.
The napkin absorbs some of the condensation.
When they're empty, I wash the plastic bags inside & out using a soapy sponge and hang them up to dry for reuse.

I don't use any kind of disinfectant spray or wipes on my kitchen countertops & the sink, just a soapy sponge.
Cuts down on the chemicals I breathe in as well as, equally importantly, on the use of paper towels (which I avoid anyway).

Do look up paper towels & boreal forests...

Best wishes to all!
Annah


On 4/5/2020 10:08 AM, Barbara Nelson 1 wrote:
Thanks for update - I did notice (which I reviewed video again last night) there is a type insert re washing fruit and vegetables - said cold water rinse - formerly showed use soapy water to rinse.  So many things to remember that aren’ in our daily habits!!

barbara nelson



On Apr 5, 2020, at 9:37 AM, Laura <laura@...> wrote:

This is an updated version (the first one is annotated with the changes though). Thanks for sharing this, Barbara:

https://youtu.be/zmoBI5m2_uw


--
Barbara Nelson 


Re: keeping safe

Barbara Nelson 1
 

Thanks for update - I did notice (which I reviewed video again last night) there is a type insert re washing fruit and vegetables - said cold water rinse - formerly showed use soapy water to rinse.  So many things to remember that aren’ in our daily habits!!

barbara nelson



On Apr 5, 2020, at 9:37 AM, Laura <laura@...> wrote:

This is an updated version (the first one is annotated with the changes though). Thanks for sharing this, Barbara:

https://youtu.be/zmoBI5m2_uw


--
Barbara Nelson 


Re: keeping safe

Laura
 

This is an updated version (the first one is annotated with the changes though). Thanks for sharing this, Barbara:

https://youtu.be/zmoBI5m2_uw


Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Babs Armour
 

Hi Debbie,
What one did you like so much?
Thanks. 
Babs Armour

On Apr 4, 2020, at 10:49 PM, Vanetta Mayers <vanettapwp@...> wrote:


Glad you’re enjoying it, Debbie!

Looking forward to recommendations from other members.

VM

On Sat, Apr 4, 2020 at 11:17 AM Debbie Guedalia <debbie.tg@...> wrote:
Hi Vanetta and all,

I watched three episodes last night. it was uplifting and beautiful!
Thanks for the suggestion,

Debbie Guedalia

201-394-6002




On Mar 31, 2020, at 6:54 PM, Vanetta Mayers <vanettapwp@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I hope you're all safe and healthy as we ride out these strange days!

Now that I have more time to discover new tv shows and movies, I thought it would be great to for us all to share some recommendations on what to watch as it pertains to photography. 

I LOVED the first season of Tales by Light on Netflix and am now catching up on the other seasons. 



What are some of your favorites? Please respond to the group so everyone can participate and add to their Watchlists!

Best,
VM

--
Vanetta Mayers
Vice President
Board of Directors
Professional Women Photographers, Inc


Re: Photography Themed Movies & TV Shows

Vanetta Mayers
 

Glad you’re enjoying it, Debbie!

Looking forward to recommendations from other members.

VM

On Sat, Apr 4, 2020 at 11:17 AM Debbie Guedalia <debbie.tg@...> wrote:
Hi Vanetta and all,

I watched three episodes last night. it was uplifting and beautiful!
Thanks for the suggestion,

Debbie Guedalia

201-394-6002




On Mar 31, 2020, at 6:54 PM, Vanetta Mayers <vanettapwp@...> wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I hope you're all safe and healthy as we ride out these strange days!

Now that I have more time to discover new tv shows and movies, I thought it would be great to for us all to share some recommendations on what to watch as it pertains to photography. 

I LOVED the first season of Tales by Light on Netflix and am now catching up on the other seasons. 



What are some of your favorites? Please respond to the group so everyone can participate and add to their Watchlists!

Best,
VM

--
Vanetta Mayers
Vice President
Board of Directors
Professional Women Photographers, Inc