Well, she sure knew how to take pictures.
I started reaching for the nearest large stone, but then I wondered what would I might have done in her situation?
After all, she was just being patriotic, a "virtue" that in my own society is risky to attack.
And didn't we all fail to recognize our own evil during that time...mass bombings of civilians, etc? Oh, that was OK because it served, um, a goal that was worthy enough to forgive the evil of the immediate acts. Human morality is a wonderfully pliant sponge.
I can easily condemn the Nazism (as I very quietly do patriotism), but to condemn Riefenstahl I would need to do some serious soul searching, and any resulting condemnation would probably also implicate myself.