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If you were telling the history of photography through the Magnum agency you might compare Henri Cartier-Bresson’s famous pictures of families picnicking on the banks of the River Marne, taken in 1938, with this image by Harry Gruyaert, of families eating in the sunshine in Extremadura, Spain in 1998. Cartier-Bresson set the black-and-white documentary tone
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Despite digital cameras delivering ‘instant’ images every time the shutter button is pressed, the instant print continues to appeal, creating a healthy business for Fujifilm with its Instax line, and plenty of investment in the revived Polaroid which, today, is re-creating a number of its original cameras as well as producing new products. There are
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After many years in the darkroom, Academy Award-winning cinematographer Sir Roger Deakins is finally displaying his still photography to the public. Announced via the Instagram for Team Deakins, the podcast Deakins produces with his wife and collaborator, James Deakins, the prolific cinematographer will publish a book of his still photography later this year. In the
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At some point during the history of the influencer, the ring light became an accessory de rigueur, fueled by the availability of cheap Chinese-made devices. The original ring light was invented for dentistry by Lester A. Dine in 1952 because of its ability to cast an even light with diffuse shadows in a confined space.
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