Have you read the Sunday Times recently? Try to grab a copy as Bryan Appleyard gives a very enlightening discourse on the never-ending debate on film and digital, the evils of Photoshop, as well as the wonders of Lomography.
I know the whole heated discussion between the pros and cons of film and digital have been done to death but Bryan Appleyard, a writer for the Sunday Times, recently delved into the roil again and stirred up a few noteworthy points. Bryan goes on length about the discovery and rediscovery of analogue that is associated with shooting film. He also proposes the idea of taking back photography to its roots which is pure and unspoiled. What are your thoughts?
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One of the many great names in photographic history that ought to be remembered is Maria Austria, a profound figure of the neorealist photography movement. Visit her showcase in Berlin this coming October.
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