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Classroom Portraits – Photos of Students Around the World

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British photographer Julian Germain began photographing classrooms nearly ten years ago, starting with schools in the UK and then moving on to include schools throughout the world. The fascinating differences between classes are obvious–the clothes, the classroom size, the arrangement of desks–but there are also subtle differences and unexpected similarities.

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Colorado’s Old West: Antique Photochrom Prints

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Photochrom (or photochrome) prints are a form of colored lithography, in a process that starts with a black and white negative. The prints were most popular in the 1890′s, and were often sold as postcards, featuring subjects like daily life, landscapes, and architecture.

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Chess Portraits by Francesco Ridolfi

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Francesco Ridolfi is a portrait photographer who normally shoots for advertising and editorial clients like Rolling Stonge, Auchan, and Louis Vuitton. Born and raised in Bologna, Italy, he now splits his time between Brussels, Milan and Bologna working on a variety of projects.

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