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Published by:
Viewfinder Magazine
Published:
11/16/2011
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
48 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Photography
Tags:
analogue, art, creative, Digital, film, found film, henry cartier bresson, magnum, martin parr, photography, street

Welcome to Issue 5 of Viewfinder Magazine, celebrating creative and street photography from around the world. This time around we’re packed full of very interesting features, including a story about 53 year old undeveloped film uncovered by chance while on the search for an old camera. Magnum photographer Martin Parr talks to us about the importance of printing in the digital age and we take Fuji’s stylish FinePix X100 out for a test drive, just to see why it’s making such a stir. Our featured photographer is the wonderful Agnieszka Bernaka, the Polish street photographer who gets inspired by ugly things. We also have a go at achieving split images, similar to those popular with film photography, using a DSLR. Also, inside you’ll find our regular gallery of the best photographs submitted to us, here, at Viewfinder, as well as the latest news and a review of a 1950s classic fold out camera.

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