As the World Turns, Rachel Hulin style

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Our erstwhile blogger, Rachel Hulin, doesn’t only blog about photography, she also makes it (and quite well, I might add). She uses something called “film” to capture her images — I understand that it is some type of chemical, light-sensitive substrate that they used to use in the 20th century, so you know she’s old school. Sounds crazy, I know, but believe me, the results can be stunning.

Rachel is currently featured on Jen Bekman’s 20×200.com site, and if you don’t know what that is, you should definitely check it out. It’s like an online photography gallery for contemporary artists, and there is some great art photography at incredibly reasonable prices.

Anyway, back to Rachel. She took a picture of a globe, and how could you not like that in this global age? Like other images on the site, it’s a limited edition and comes in 3 different sizes from 8×10 to 24×30. So support photographers, and buy her image before the editions run out!

(P.S. This is my first blog entry from an airplane at 35,000 feet. Technology is cool!)

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Allen Murabayashi is the Chairman and co-founder of PhotoShelter.

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  1. Jeff at 11:21 pm

    Is this a joke ? I can take the same picture, even my grandmother can, so why should i buy it ? And today even 12 year old kids are using film. Wake up people !

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