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Shooting on film is growing in popularity — not just by trendy hipsters but by photographers with a genuine love of the medium, writes Ben Higgins.
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I love this so much… We need public art exhibitions.
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Kodachrome, the once-popular and successful color reversal film used by professional photographers, is making a comeback. But this time, it’s on the small screen.
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The only global prize for contemporary African photography reveals it shortlist for 2018, bringing together artists from Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Angola and Morocco as well as Europe and the US, and covering subjects as diverse as FGM, nomadic life, the plight of domestic workers, and learning to swim
All photographs: 2018 CAP prize
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At the WPPI wedding and portrait photography conference and expo this year, photographer Trevor Dayley taught this 1-hour class titled “17 Fast, Easy, Awesome Lighting Recipes.” Dayley shares 17 lighting ideas you can keep in mind on any portrait shoot using a memorization story.
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The outdoor photo festival features 100 photographs displayed for 100 days on storefronts along Nash Street. In addition, there are several more indoor and outdoor exhibits this year, including work by the young photographers.
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