50 Fantastic Photos by World Famous Photographers

50 Top Photos by world famous photographers put on a slide show.

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Seven Famous Photographers Who Used Polaroids | Arts & Culture ...

Polaroid took a step forward in both form and function when it released its sleek SX-70 in April of 1972. “Don’t undertake a project, unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible,” said Polaroid co-founder Edwin Land. The immediacy provided by a lack of peel-apart film made it the digital camera of its day. Notable photographers and artists, including Lucas Samaras and Andy Warhol,...

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