An anthology of film scenes about how to frame, shoot, light and develop film, and also, perhaps, about how to commit suicide with a camera. This sequence is based on technical and popularising works kept by the French Photography Society in Paris, and details the multiple uses of the medium: from fashion photography to judicial photography, and from amateur photography to photo-journalism.
Based on an idea by Pierre Leguillon
Production: Elysée Museum, Lausanne
Photo expert: Aurélien Mole
Camera: Julien Crépieux
Montage: Adrien Faucheux
Assistant editor: Olivier Strauss
With special thanks to Clément Chéroux, Paul-Louis Roubert and Sam Stourdzé.
Bonus: “The Polaroid SX–70” by Charles and Ray Eames
Free with exhibition ticket