Photojournalist Harrison Forman filming in Range Road, Shanghai
University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: Ro-n0775. Harrison Forman (1904-1978) was a friend of Malcolm Rosholt. Forman showed Rosholt how to shoot pictures with the latter's new Leica. Rosholt wrote: "He (Forman) had a light meter which he waived around a minute and told me to set my camera at 6.3 and 100. I never changed this setting when outdoors." (Rosholt's camera settings: aperture of f6.3 and a shutter speed of one hundredth of a second). Rosholt's Leica was purchased for him in Hong Kong by H.S. "Newsreel" Wong. Harrison Forman: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harrison_Forman. A similar photograph (Ro-n0776) is reproduced in The Press Corps of Old Shanghai by Malcolm Rosholt, p.15, and is captioned "Harrison Forman, free lancer and cameraman, here picks up some footage with "eye-mo" on Range Road in Shanghai fighting mid-August 1937." Photograph taken at the junction of Range Road (Wujin Lu) and North Kiangse Road, near Pantheon Theatre. See Ro-n0644, Ro-n0776, Ro-n0777.