>> Intel followed The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman around just before the holidays to produce a seven-minute short documentary on how he works. As the film shows Schuman going for a haircut, walking around Manhattan and stopping people on the street for photographs, he talks about how street photography is something he wants to do for 30 or 40 more years to come, and how he imagines his chronicle of photographs and the subsequent comments they get "will look very interesting a hundred years from now," as attitudes and tastes change.
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