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    Portland

    How a Dream Photo Studio Met Harsh New Reality in Global Pandemic


    https://www.rangefinderonline.com/ne...etter+20200512
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    Re: Portland

    Paywalled...

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    Re: Portland

    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    Paywalled...
    Not for me. I SELDOM visit and now checking your complaint I signed up for free access

    Thank you,
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    Re: Portland

    I got part way through the article before the registration screen came up. When I click on the "Terms of Use" link, I got a "404 page not found" error.

    I'll pass.

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    Re: Portland

    Same thing for me. Can you summarize the issue?

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    Rangefinder was a free print magazine for decades. I love reading it.

    I Still read it as it has useful biz tips often. It is meant for Pro shooters which by definition make most of their income from photography.

    I am not a Pro.

    Sorry for your problems.
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    The digital online world has given us much that is good. However, I feel that we have also lost a lot too. Historians researching a topic from fifty years ago will have hard copy, or records of hard copy reporting from newspapers of the day. What will researchers have access to in 2070? Even today, a story published online can be erased twenty minutes after going live.

    I know that this sounds a lot like the grumpy old man our son calls me with affection. But I think this is a valid observation. We have seen something similar in the shift away from film photography to digital imaging in commercial use. This forum used to be an information exchange resource for photographers making a living by creating images . . . .now, not-so-much.

    Well, of course the same sort of ting took effect with the shift from text engraved in stone or baked clay to papyrus and paper. More flexibility and wider dissemination, but at the loss of perminance. No one today would give up paper to return to clay tablets.

    OK, the coffee is wearing off. I am done for now.
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    Re: Portland

    Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury

    Ursula Le Guin wrote a book about no books, but I can't remember which book...or i would supply title
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    Re: Portland

    Quote Originally Posted by drj52 View Post
    I got part way through the article before the registration screen came up. When I click on the "Terms of Use" link, I got a "404 page not found" error.

    I'll pass.
    Disable javascript and the page loads pretty well. It's not super pretty, but all the text and images are there.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/drew_saunders/

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    Thanks for the link to the article, Randy. The rent-able studio is a great idea in bigger cities.
    May tomorrow be a better day.

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