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Roger Hicks -- Author of The Rangefinder Book

Roger Hicks is a well known photographic writer, author of The Rangefinder Book, over three dozen other photographic books, and a frequent contributor to Shutterbug and Amateur Photographer. Unusually in today's photographic world, most of his camera reviews are film cameras, especially rangefinders. See www.rogerandfrances.com for further background (Frances is his wife Frances Schultz, acknowledged darkroom addict and fellow Shutterbug contributor) .


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Old 02-27-2014   #1
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Stunning pictures from the Museum of London: http://www.bbc.com/news/in-pictures-26339275

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Fascinating. I love this sort of thing. Thank you very much for the link.
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Those are really neat. I'm not a big Photoshop guy, but this is a great way to combine the old and new. It's like a time warp.
I especially like the one with the 'Licensed Sex Shop'. The guy in the foreground from the past is looking right at it. Bet it wasn's a sex shop when he saw it.
Like I said, a time warp.
Thanks for bringing these to our attention.
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Very cool...
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Thank you, Roger!
Very enjoyable stuff.
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The blending is genius: the 1930 horse and cart veering away from a modern pedestrian at Covent Garden Station, a "family" 95 years apart on Tower Bridge, the people in 1950's Victoria Station appearing to look at those in 2014...

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Great stuff Roger. Always a treat. Thanks.
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