loved that he's still walking around after 50 yrs of doing so and seeing the world with fresh eyes 🙂
Daido inspires me. Thank you for this
Thanks for making this
keep making these wonderful videos
This is excellent, thank you!
I love this film too, Moriyama is incredible – 73 and still shooting the streets. We'll keep making the videos if you keep watching .
He shoot Digital now?
This was amazing and inspirational! Thanks!
His photography is inspirational – Thanks for this excellent video!
Thanks! There's another film about Daido Moriyama – a printing event he did at Tate Modern recently. Have a look on the Tate web site if you're interested
10:14 haha I have the exact same shot. same place
Fascinating portrait into the mind of a master.
you don't need a DSLR to take good photos, it's all about how you incorporate with a camera.
love and respect!
Keep coming back ;O)
je suis en admiration :
I suppose it's Ricoh CX series.
He use a compact camera – Ricoh-GR.
I love this, and thanks for the tasteful editing, very filmic and the music fits great.
Got to love how he just shoots and doesn't care what people think about gear, age, method, etc. etc.
I can't find the picture of the staircase @ 9:21 … any help? love it
Exactly how I feel too as a photographer and filmmaker!So inspiring and a reminder to just do what you love….shoot what you see…..
which compact camera he use?
The camera is a Nikon S9100 for those that dosen't know. He don't use a Ricoh anymore. And also you can see that he zooms sometimes. Ricoh gr haves only a 18.3 focal(28mm eqiv because the sensor size and crop factor) fixed focal-not zoom at all.
I know this is a bit late but if anyone could help, what camera did you use to shoot this documentary? I find it to be a great pairing with his own work but am moving into filmmaking, any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Hi, can someone tell me what program is he using to edit? thanks
Great mind and captures, really inspired to my own way on photography
Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant
he's a novelist
I love the idea of such an artist using basic camera the likes of everyone can own but never equal
who did the music?
Inspirational and a passion I can relate to.
What is the software for the post production in this video?
God dayum, I hate that they put this super sinister music in the background!
Make the camera your slave and not you slave of the camera.Thank you Moriyama-san!
Not to be unkind, but there's so much dross on YouTube (my own videos foremost among it) that when you stumble on something as gobsmackingly excellent in every aspect as this it's like an apotheosis: such palpable joy and artistry in every frame. Thank you very much for this. If it didn't get recognition, it should: this is a sublimely well-made eleven minutes.
wtf…photography is NOT fine art… the Tate is a temporary con art institute …ohhh nooo
What camera is he using …small and easy in hand.
People interested in Moriyama should read his book called Memories Of A Dog. It's a collection of articles he wrote for a camera magazine, illustrated with his images. The articles talk about his philosophy of photography, of remembering times past and returning to places to reconstruct those memories. It's deeply immersive regarding his mindset and obsession with memory and experience.
what the hell is going on with the music
Very good. Thank you.
a very difficult exercises that mix with passers-by, and stay distracted from great photography art, no need for big camera, just genius.
너무 짧네요..너무 좋은데.
Inspiring . Also i like the background music.
Just bought my daido moriyama skate deck by evisen.. Currently researching his art cuz this artwork in my skateboard really is art at its finest…
Anyone know where I can find the music to this video or something similar?
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