Monday, February 13, 2017

NEW YORK :: THE PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR

NEW YORK :: THE PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR

I’m in New York filming 2 videos for the artist series. I had the day off today so I decided to do a little photography tour of New York City.

In this video I’ll take you to see Saul Leiter’s Apartment, W. Eugene Smith’s Jazz Loft and Richard Avedon’s home/studio.

Filmed entirely on my Sony RX100 Mk IV in Slog2. Color graded in DaVinci Resolve.

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