Photography by Omar Parada


Tag: documentary

  • Saul Leiter: In no great hurry.

    Saul Leiter: In no great hurry.

    Such a great and inspiring photographer. I saw an exhibition with some of his pictures, some time ago, in London, at the Photographer’s Gallery. Pictures of ordinary things, mundane scenes of his life and places, things that could pass inadvertently to anyone else but him. The proof that you don’t really need fancy trips to […]

  • Village At The End Of The World

    I watched this documentary a few nights ago. It shows a really different way of living. What if someone asked you to follow him, or her, to this place?. The photography of some landscapes is just amazing.

  • Don McCullin

    Don McCullin

    Interesting bits of an interview to this famous photographer:   If you want to know more about him, I recommend watching the documentary film “McCullin”. I saw it a few months ago on BBC. It is amazing what this person has seen and lived. Most of us would have ended completely mad. Here is a…

  • Baraka

    I knew about this documentary ages ago, but never found the moment to watch it. It was released in 1992, and the name Baraka has a religious meaning in it. I enjoyed it a lot. You’ll need to be in a contemplative mood for really finding the beauty of this, if not, it can just be a boring sequence of videos.…

  • Braid

    Braid

    I have a backlog of games not played/to be finished. In the not finished list, I have some very lengthy ones, that I have no idea when I will be able to finish. And what is worse, I’m afraid that the moment I try to come back to them, I might have forgotten about what the game was. It…

  • Anton Corbijn

    Anton Corbijn

    I recently watched “Anton Corbijn Inside Out” documentary. I found it particularly fascinating. For sure you have seen some of his famous photographs. If you ever have had an album from Joy division, U2, Rem, Nirvana, or Depeche mode, to name only a few, you have seen one. They are usually high contrast black and white,…