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Capturing the Decisive Moment with Disposable Cameras - Photography tutorial


An art gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico sent out disposable cameras around the country and compiled the results into an art show representing the decisive moment. The show, titled Present Company Excluded: or the Disposability of the Decisive Moment.
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