Photographer – Sebastiao Salgado: Looking Back at You (1993) VHS to 640x480
"One of the world's leading photojournalists, Sebastiao Salgado has shaped our perception of political and social reality. This important look at his photography focuses on his monumental photo-essay Workers, seven years in the making. Salgado's dominant theme is the displacement of manual labor by technological advances. Workers presents an unsentimental documentation of the effects of this new industrial revolution, and focuses on laborers in Eastern Europe, Cuba, Gdansk, Brazil, India, Sicily, and Bangladesh. The program is rounded out by archival footage of Salgado's life and commentary from artists, photographers, critics, and writers such as Arthur Miller and Jorge Amado."
This 51min programme was ripped using a mono VHS player, so the stereo sound is a duplicated mono track. (XviD AVI at 1000Kbps with MP3 sound at 192Kbps)