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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.

Photo by earlybird

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

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