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Main smarthphoneography commandment: no matter how cool your camera is — it is important, who uses it. Even the most gorgeous DSLR can make crystal clear, but boring photos. Such that lie on the disk, and no one opens them for years.
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Living here in the New York City area, I have witnessed the chaos and destruction of Sandy firsthand. I saw New Yorkers and volunteers from out of state come together to help New York bounce back. The executives at Time Magazine asked some of their top photographers Michael Christopher Brown, Benjamin Lowy, Ed Kashi, Andrew…
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