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He (she?) hides his (her?) name for obvious reasons: trespassing can get you into trouble. But the places he (she?) photographs! Using the pseudonym peeling walls, this week photographs are shared from an infamous, and now abandoned, mental institution in New York State. A 1970s TV news report about the horrors in this place started a domino effect of institutions closing nationwide. Read New York: Letchworth Village Rehabilitation Center

Writing for Casual Photophile, Josh Solomon reviews the Kodak Brownie No. 2. It’s a delightful review. I own one and love it, so I went in with good expectations. Read Kodak Brownie No. 2 Camera Review

N.S. Palmer performs a generational analysis to explain why we are where we are as a nation. It’s a little cynical, but I think it has merit. Read America’s Suicidal Arrested Development

Writing for, Roger Harrison gives a useful primer in getting the most out of color slide films, especially Velvia 50. Read Effectively Shooting Fuji Velvia 50 and Other Slide Films


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