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The World’s First Photo Exhibition Shot Using a Car


Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Barbara Davidson and Volvo recently teamed up for an unusual photo project: Davidson created the first ever photo exhibition ever shot using a car camera. The brainchild of the Swedish ad agency Forsman & Bodenfors, the exhibition was captured using the safety camera on board the Volvo ...

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RIP: Bowens to Be Liquidated, Report Says


Bowens, the 94-year-old photography brand best known for its lighting equipment, may soon be shuttered. According to a new report, Bowens has reached the end of its road and has gone into liquidation. DIYPhotography reports that an inside source shared news of this liquidation, which was subsequently confirmed by two ...

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How I Built a Film-Digitizing Lightbox


Shooting film is fun and developing film is fun, but tediously scanning film is not fun… so I built myself a film-digitizing light box to be used with a flash and a 1:1 macro lens. I’m a home-developer because I’m cheap and impatient, and I don’t have a loupe, so ...

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Shooting Grassroots-Level Auto Racing


The state of Wisconsin has some of the most storied and exciting short tracks in the United States, and I grew up attending many of them. I watched the greats of ASA and ARTGO battle on tracks like Madison International, Slinger Speedway and WIR. Witnessing wheelmen like Mike Eddy, Lowell ...

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