photo l.a. this year presented an excellent snapshot of the changing face of photography. It also seemed to be an evolutionary step forward. With 60,000 sq. feet of space at their disposal in their new home at the L.A. Mart, the show was divided into sections that featured schools, vendors of services for photographers, emerging photographers, antique processes, photographic installations and work that straddles the lines between photography and art.
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