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Canon Tried to Buy Sigma and Was Rejected: Report
Canon Australia has been conducting a series of experiments that are “designed to shift creative thinking behind the lens.” For the latest one, titled “Evolution,” the company gathered 6 professional photographers and gave them everyday objects to photograph. But there was one simple rule: the same composition cannot be shot twice. The results can be seen in the 2-minute video above.
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Gordon Parks, American, 1912-2006, “Untitled, Harlem, New York,” 1948. Gelatin silver print. Courtesy The Gordon Parks Foundation. The markings on the photo show how it was to be cropped for publication.
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