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A slideshow of photographs by Magnum photographers with a sensitive audio-commentary by Robin Lustig, 'Discovering Conflict' demonstrates the continuing power of documentary photography.
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November 02, 2013 at 07:07 AM
When the intro commences, it looks for all the world like Hitchcock is standing next to a giant bowling ball or cannon ball that towers over his head by a good foot. Since its their practice session, they are free to do something that does not prepare them fora real game situation if they want. And if you are not willing to put in the time, effort and money to make it work, that's fine as well.
December 13, 2013 at 12:56 PM
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