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    Afghan street photogs succumb to d******.


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    I hope someone makes a good series on them.
    And in film of course.
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    Great article, thanks for pointing it out. And like Arigram said, let's hope someone documents them before they have all vanished...
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    i like how they speak of the "moody, ethereal" photos they took with their homemade cameras, yet they don't include any examples in the article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudhands View Post
    i like how they speak of the "moody, ethereal" photos they took with their homemade cameras, yet they don't include any examples in the article.
    There's a good example in this article from the Tate Magazine website.

    http://www.tate.org.uk/tateetc/issue13/grace.htm

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    The more things change, the more everything boringly becomes the same... (with apologies to the French)

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    Interesting article. Thanks Rick.

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    These guys seem very similar to the amazing street photographers in Havana. They too use hand-made box cameras complete with little trays of developer, fix, and squares of photo paper...best dollar I ever spent down there.

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