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Viewfinder Magazine:

Issue 4 - August 2011

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Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
52 pages Saddle-stitched
art, creative, leica, Lomography, oslo, photography, street

Welcome to Issue 4 of Viewfinder Magazine. This month we speak with street photographers in Oslo following the tragic events of July 22. We also speak with the curator of the ‘I Refuse to be your Enemy’ exhibition taking place in Oslo at the moment. We travel to London to meet with Leica staff and Leica users to see why the camera manufacturer is so highly regarded. We also talk to the director of ‘Stand your Ground’, a recent documentary made for the paranoia debate at the recent London Street Photography festival. Our featured photographer this month creatively splits his frames. We have a special scanning technique and we review Lomography’s latest creation. We also have the regular gallery of the best submissions to us and the latest news. This month’s podcast featured extended interviews from features in the magazine listen to it at www.viewfindermag.com

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