Recommended reading

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๐Ÿ’ป In case you haven’t heard, Tumblr was bought last week by the company that owns WordPress. (I have an old Tumblr here.) Fred Wilson was an early investor in Tumblr and offers some commentary. Read Tumblr

Street corner markings along 3rd St

๐Ÿ“ท Now this is my kind of camera: simple, goofy-looking, yet capable of very nice images. Peggy Anne shares her Agfa Isoly-Mat. Read Agfa Isoly-Mat

๐Ÿ“ท Paul Lovell reviews another goofy-looking camera, the Fuji HD-R. It’s aimed at construction projects and even goes underwater. Read Fuji HD-R

๐Ÿ“ฐ A photojournalist returns to his film roots with a found Nikon F2 and a roll of Ilford HP5, and comes back with some wonderful images from a working-class neighborhood in North Carolina. Kenneth Dickerman tells the story in The Washington Post. Read An old camera and a roll of film help one photographer rediscover the pleasures of photography


2 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. tbm3fan Avatar

    I definitely do not like the Washington Post site. We won’t allow you to read until you unbloack ads and then when you hit their “unblock ads” I don’t know what takes over but it will be closed immediately. Too bad sounded like an interesting article.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I’m sorry that you found the ads to be too much. I don’t share posts here on sites with a level of advertising that I find offensive or disruptive, but each of us has a different standard for that, to be sure.

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