This edition contains fewer Holga and Pinhole pictures than the
deluxe coffee table edition. It has 70 pages rather than 110,
although all of the text is present and has not been abridged. The
popular trend in the photographic press and industry is to declare
the death of film photography. Unless the photographer uses digital
their work is not worth the time of day. Starting out as a set of
frank discussions between colleagues over wine and steak during a
trying winter, this book looks at the options that are open to the
artistic photographer and why film is still a viable option for
many photographers who don't want to be left behind in the race to
go digital. The Death of Photography uses photographs from the
plastic Holga Toy Camera and the Zero 2000 pinhole camera to
demonstrate what can be achieved using film, home processing and
low tech cameras.
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