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The Fate of Photography in a Digital Age
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The Fate of Photography in a Digital Age

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The Fate of Photography in a Digital Age

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Web Extra: Extended Interview with J. Ross Baughman and Lois Greenfield
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News that Eastman Kodak will put more emphasis on the sale of digital cameras and accessories underscores a fundamental shift in technology. But what about the art of photo development?

Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep, J. Ross Baughman, a photojournalist with The Washington Times and Lois Greenfield, a photographer known for breathtaking shots of dancers in motion.

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