The Week That Was: September’s 4th Week

As promised, we delivered all-new interesting content, and here’s a rundown just in case you missed any of them.

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A couple of weeks ago, we helped promote the exhibit of Ukranian-born photographer Alina Rudya. As a follow through, we asked a few questions in this interview.

Alina was evacuated from a city that was affected by the Chernobyl nuclear incident in 1986. Read her story here.

And as a supplement to Alina’s interview, we published a gallery of her photos, from a body of work entitled Big City Girl. Check out her photos here.

We also brought you good news regarding a brand new batch of the LomoChrome Purple, and presented to you a gallery of amazing photos taken with the famed purple-tinted film. Follow this link to view the pictures.

We also featured grazie, one of our Lomo Gurus, in a Show Your Stash article. To see what she’s got, read more about her here.

For our new series, The Director’s Chair, we featured Guillermo del Toro, and his film _Pan’s Labyrinth_ as our pick for Friday Movie Flashback.

Do you think film photography still holds a place in our present culture and society? Read my ruminations on Analogue Photography Today in this very personal piece.

These are just a few of the juicy articles we published last week, and we vow to bring you even more this week, and the next.

written by jillytanrad on 2013-09-30 in #news #recap #the-week-that-was

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