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Old 3rd of November 2008 (Mon)   #1
gregmasterson
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Default GREAT NYPL PHOTOGRAPHY VIDEO

Hey Guys,

I was just browsing the New York Public Library website and noticed they have some pretty cool new videos available. One of them highlights the evolution of photography and how we got to where we are today. I suggest you check it out of you are interested in that type of stuff!

http://www.nypl.org/news/treasures/

entitled: "Knowing What To See"
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