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Photo Op: Devoted to Kodak's Tri-X Film Stock

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Photo Op: Devoted to Kodak's Tri-X Film Stock

Photo Op: Devoted to Kodak's Tri-X Film Stock

Photo Op: Devoted to Kodak's Tri-X Film Stock

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with National Geographic Society photographer Chris Rainier about Kodak's Tri-X film, the black-and-white film stock that has been a staple of photographers for 50 years. Rainier talks about photos taken by two of his favorite shooters: Eddie Adams and Philippe Halsman.

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