Slow Photography or Fast Video Captures?

Nicko Margolies
  • 22 may 2009

In the past month, a debate about photographic techniques has developed over the best method of capturing an image effectively.  A recent essay on the New York Times Lens Blog argues that so-called “slow photography” allows the photographer to find the right moment and frame everything precisely.  Fred R. Conrad discusses more in his essay, Slow Photography in an Instantaneous Age:

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