“in-sight is a documentary film made by the British Street Photographer Nick Turpin that follows some of the members of the in-public Street Photographers group shooting on the streets of London, New York, Melbourne and Rotterdam. Using miniature HD camera technology to place the viewer on the Hotshoe, the film provides an in sight into the working methods and approach of some of the worlds most notable contemporary Street Photographers.”
Nick has been promising to bring the full 38 min version of his in-sight film to the wider public following it’s launch at the Format Festival in Derby, UK and it’s follow up screening at the tate in London during the London Street Photography Festival in the UK.
He’s distributing the film via Distrify which, in his own words “is a pioneering way to allow independent film makers to charge a small fee per viewing of their film and represents a possible commercial model for the future. I am proud to use the in-sight film to support their initiative.”
You can pay a small fee via paypal to watch (rent) or download the film or you can get a taste with the free preview.