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9/11 Tribute: Capturing a Privileged Moment by Henry Leutwyler Saint Louis In Tune

    • Society & Culture

For over 40 years, https://www.henryleutwyler.com/ (Henry Leutwyler) has been capturing the essence of people and objects. In this episode of https://www.stlintune.com (Saint Louis In Tune), he discusses the romantic process of photography and how a still life is a portrait of an object. His portraits of 9/11 recovered objects in the https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/article/artifacts-pulled-from-the-rubble-of-9-11-become-symbols-of-what-was-lost (September 2021 issue of National Geographic) vibrate with honor and tribute. The photographs http://www.foleygallery.com/shows/sacred-dust ("Sacred Dust") can be seen at the http://www.foleygallery.com/ (Foley Gallery) in New York City September 10-26.
For more information on this story, visit https://www.nationalgeographic.com/ (natgeo.com). National Geographic's related four-night limited series, 9/11: One Day in America, which is airing this week at 9/8c. The series will also stream the next day on Hulu and re-air on National Geographic on Sept. 10 and 11.
(Episode Photo by Henry Leutwyler/National Geographic)
[03:06] Background
[07:16] Changes in Photography
[08:59] The Romantic Process
[11:50] Getting it right (Helmut Newton, Iggy Pop)
[16:49] The perspective of humility
[24:27] Portraits of Objects
[26:47] National Geographic Commission
Recovery Concept
Humility
Sacred Dust
Robert Capa
[37:49] A Private Lesson from Henry Leutwyler on Photography
This is Season 4!
#photography #photographer #photoshoot #camera #911memorial #911museum #September11 #newyork #henryleutwyler #switzerland #nationalgeographic #fashionphotographer #stilllife #lens #film #foleygallery #sacreddust #pulledfromtherubble #artifacts #echoesofloss #patriciaedmonds #twintowers #recovery #dust #remembrance #portraits #robertcapa #recoveredobjects #newyorkcity #romanticprocess #911tribute #portraitsofobjects #ursulaandress

For over 40 years, https://www.henryleutwyler.com/ (Henry Leutwyler) has been capturing the essence of people and objects. In this episode of https://www.stlintune.com (Saint Louis In Tune), he discusses the romantic process of photography and how a still life is a portrait of an object. His portraits of 9/11 recovered objects in the https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/article/artifacts-pulled-from-the-rubble-of-9-11-become-symbols-of-what-was-lost (September 2021 issue of National Geographic) vibrate with honor and tribute. The photographs http://www.foleygallery.com/shows/sacred-dust ("Sacred Dust") can be seen at the http://www.foleygallery.com/ (Foley Gallery) in New York City September 10-26.
For more information on this story, visit https://www.nationalgeographic.com/ (natgeo.com). National Geographic's related four-night limited series, 9/11: One Day in America, which is airing this week at 9/8c. The series will also stream the next day on Hulu and re-air on National Geographic on Sept. 10 and 11.
(Episode Photo by Henry Leutwyler/National Geographic)
[03:06] Background
[07:16] Changes in Photography
[08:59] The Romantic Process
[11:50] Getting it right (Helmut Newton, Iggy Pop)
[16:49] The perspective of humility
[24:27] Portraits of Objects
[26:47] National Geographic Commission
Recovery Concept
Humility
Sacred Dust
Robert Capa
[37:49] A Private Lesson from Henry Leutwyler on Photography
This is Season 4!
#photography #photographer #photoshoot #camera #911memorial #911museum #September11 #newyork #henryleutwyler #switzerland #nationalgeographic #fashionphotographer #stilllife #lens #film #foleygallery #sacreddust #pulledfromtherubble #artifacts #echoesofloss #patriciaedmonds #twintowers #recovery #dust #remembrance #portraits #robertcapa #recoveredobjects #newyorkcity #romanticprocess #911tribute #portraitsofobjects #ursulaandress

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