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In its day, most photographers used color negatives and made prints out of them. They rarely considered the possibility of photographing slides. In fact, slides were —and are— always strange territory, not for everyone… but it shouldn't be a scary concept either. Shooting slides has...

We are the last generation that can experience true wilderness. Already the world has shrunk dramatically. To a Frenchman, the Pyrenees are “wild.” To a kid living in a New York City ghetto, Central Park is “wilderness.” Even travelers in Patagonia forget that its giant,...

Our world moves forward with broken things. Broken earth to produce a harvest, broken clouds to bring rain, broken grain to make bread, broken bread to give us strength. You too have to be broken at some point in order to emerge stronger. Slides of a...

A cynic would say that the archaeological evidence shows primarily how buildings met the ground, not how they really looked. In fact, the most ardent archaeologists today may be not the professionals going by this noum, or the paleontologists or anthropologists. The modern builders, engineers...

Smiling is the best way to face every problem, to crush every fear and to hide every pain."Maman told me that every time you smile, a very tiny bit of the smile stays stuck to your face, so as you get older and older your...

When you photograph people, you realize how the character, the experiences lived, even the humor, are etched in their faces throughout life, changing the one that was given to them, which is the one they had in their youth. Images are scanned slides from our Film Photo...

Another fantastic collection of scanned slides from our Film Photo Library, this time from the Africa Album. Photos taken in the early 90s that captured the faces of the people and native tribes. Images are scanned slides from our Film Photo Library. Share on: ...