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  • Storm-Battered 9/11 Photographs by Michael Redpath

    Storm-Battered 9/11 Photographs by Michael Redpath
    While doing recovery work after the September 11 attacks, New York City firefighter Michael Redpath documented everything he saw using a film camera. Almost twelve years later, his negatives met with another catastrophe which altered the images with psychedelic distortions. Learn about the story behind Redpath's "Residual" photo series after the jump.
  • Subconscious Inspiration From A 20-Year-Old LC-A Lomograph

    Subconscious Inspiration From A 20-Year-Old LC-A Lomograph
    Found from the archives, this meaningfully minimalist photo by one of the founders of the Lomographic Society International really stuck into my head. Shot with an LC-A way back in 1994, it inspired me to take a similar photo last year and, now that you I've seen them side by side, it creepily/coincidentally makes sense.
  • Financial District: The Memorial and the Occupancy of Wall Street

    Financial District: The Memorial and the Occupancy of Wall Street
    9/11 Memorial: a great landmark for the greatest city in the world. As 2011 marks the 10th anniversary of the tragic events that occurred on September 11, 2001, it is important to reflect and remember those closest to us who lost their lives or bravely fought to help and repair our lovely city. The freedom tower is underway yet the memorial ponds have opened to the public for this year's 10th anniversary. When I was finally able to get tickets a month after its grand opening, I took my LC-A along with me.
  • Unpublished 9/11 Film Photographs by James Nachtwey

    Unpublished 9/11 Film Photographs by James Nachtwey
    Remembering the Septermber 11 terrorist attacks, photographer James Nachtwey revisits his rolls of film and shares unpublished photographs he snapped during that fateful day.