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    LF Portraits of Fast Food Workers

    The New Yorker has a nice piece about Richard Renaldi's work, making LF portraits of fast-food workers.

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...m=TNY_Magazine

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    Re: LF Portraits of Fast Food Workers

    Wonderful use of LF film!

    I worked 2 weeks in 'fine dining' 1973

    I quit over sanitation issues

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    Re: LF Portraits of Fast Food Workers

    I'm lovin' it!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ca5S85mhFbE

    Great idea!

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    Re: LF Portraits of Fast Food Workers

    Reading New Yorker right now. They are great pictures. Most of them are indoors and shot at least f/16. I wonder if he used flash light.

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    Re: LF Portraits of Fast Food Workers

    He is quoted in the article saying it takes him 45min to set up a shot.
    I would assume he uses flash, otherwise his setup wouldn’t take so long?
    "I am a reflection photographing other reflections within a reflection. To photograph reality is to photograph nothing." Duane Michals

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