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Daily Archives: May 7, 2018

A Comparison of all the 120 Film Stocks on the Market


If you’re looking to get into shooting medium format film but aren’t sure which film stock to start with, check out this helpful 16-minute video by The Slanted Lens. Photographer Jay P. Morgan purchased all the B&W and color 120 film rolls he could get his hands on and did ...

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How I Ran at a Tornado for the Photo of a Lifetime


This week marks the 10th anniversary of one of the most memorable, satisfying and career-changing days as a professional extreme-weather photographer. In early 2008, Nikon asked if I’d test-drive the D700, the company’s latest DSLR camera at the time, ahead of its launch. I accepted the challenge and my goal ...

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A Collective Portrait of Paris Made with a Sea of Instagram Photos


What does Paris look like when seen through the eyes and lenses of thousands of unrelated photographers? That’s what researcher and artist Moritz Stefaner explores in Multiplicity, a mesmerizing new art installation that’s on display in France’s capital. Today, we collectively and continuously document our city experience on social media ...

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