Garry Winogrand is known for being one of the 20th century's greatest photographers. This video clip from a 1982 documentary is a wonderful peek at Winogrand roaming the streets with his camera and ruminating on photography.
If you've been to an even moderately progressive bar in the last five years you've undoubtedly seen a Sazarac on the menu. Rye whiskey, Peychaud's Bitters, simple syrup, and an absinthe wash. Wait, what the hell is an absinthe wash? Trust us, you want to know.
To accurately capture the terror felt by "Scottie" Ferguson in 1958's Vertigo, Alfred Hitchcock pioneered a unique camera technique that still bears his name—the Hitchcock Zoom. Here's how it works.