I remember seeing the original broadcast in the UK now, that awful part near the beginning when the camera crew ran out of film. I felt sorry for them as they were dealing with a true genius that doesn’t suffer fools gladly. Haha
Never considered that people were more complicit when the likes of Frank, Bresson and Gene Smith were out photographing. Now a days when I try shooting on the street you have to use all types of deception so people do not know your taking their picture. The funny thing is all I am trying to do is show good and never portray anyone in a bad light. To create a visual poem as Frank did. If people knew the history and work of these great photographers maybe people would relax a little more. But your right Steve, you get so much stink eye now a days because your the jerk with the camera.