Street photography can get taken for granted, because smart phones allow anyone to take high-quality pictures at any time or place. But it was once a new and startling medium that captured the mundane but universal parts of everyday life. Photographer Garry Winogrand made his career encapsulating mid-century New York life. Learn more about his life with a screening of the documentary Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable at the Silver Eye Center for Photography. The film explores Winogrand’s life, work, and the 10,000 rolls of film he left behind when he died.