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 :: Daido Moriyama (b. 1938, Japan) 
“I was recently watching a documentary about the great Japanese street photographer Daido Moriyama, and I learned that a great deal of what you see is not just due to the camera, but how he chose to print the photographs in the darkroom. For example, one of the interviewees was recalling how they were trying to recreate a particular print of Moriyama’s, and the lab had to give up because it was too difficult to recreate. Indeed, even Moriyama couldn’t recreate his original print. What was the epitome of a reproducible medium had become a one-of-a-kind.” via
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inzoom:

 :: Daido Moriyama (b. 1938, Japan) 

“I was recently watching a documentary about the great Japanese street photographer Daido Moriyama, and I learned that a great deal of what you see is not just due to the camera, but how he chose to print the photographs in the darkroom. For example, one of the interviewees was recalling how they were trying to recreate a particular print of Moriyama’s, and the lab had to give up because it was too difficult to recreate. Indeed, even Moriyama couldn’t recreate his original print. What was the epitome of a reproducible medium had become a one-of-a-kind.” via

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