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One Take: The Everyday, A Study In which we gave a local photographer a Polaroid, eight frames of film, a theme and one take to get the shot

In which we gave a local photographer a Polaroid, eight frames of film, a theme and one take to get the shot.

A lot of the photographers I follow, like Stephen Shore, they were kind of a response to that Ansel Adams movement, where everything had to be this grand beautiful thing. They kind of came back in the ’70s when color …

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In which we gave our photographer a Polaroid, eight frames of film, a theme and one take to get the shot.

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