Evolution: Is it as ugly as we thought? One view of photography’s digital age “Where’s my film? Did Kenny [the courier] show up yet? Is it in the lab? I need this logged in now.” It was 1993, at the height of the war in Bosnia, and mounds of film were piling up for all sections of the magazine, news...
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