This is a very interesting and nicely produced documentary about one of the worlds most peculiar photographers.

Challenged by the changing american urban landscape in the 1960-70s William Eggleston almost gave up doing photography, until he suddenly saw the beauty in the banale, and became the first photographer with a full color solo exhibition at MoMa in 1976.

Check him out, lots of books and lots of southern arrogance..

And a Leica ...

>> The Colourful Mr. Eggleston

Photo: New York Times

WIM WENDERS Interview 

German moviemaker Wim Wenders is mostly known for the movie Paris, Texas, but also is a skilled still photographer, with a lot of exhibitions behind him. 

Here is a video, made by Louisiana Art Museum.

Video from Louisiana