An angle on perspective... by Edward Crim

It has been said that what you see depends on where you stand. This is quite literally true in photography. In my pre-photographic training (in other words when I was, like Pumba, a young warthog) I would tilt my head to look at things up close. 

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Pick 3? by Edward Crim

Someone asked me once, which three lenses would I choose if I had to live with just three lenses for my cameras. Hmm. Let’s start with full disclosure: I currently own a few more than 3 lenses. I use more than three lenses and I really don’t want to get rid of any if I can help it.

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Murder in the City by Edward Crim

Bodies and bad guys and blood, oh, my! This is the exciting theme of Murder in the City: New York, 1910 - 1920. Packed with photos of crime scenes and criminals, this coffee table book is not only

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