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Hipstamatic to release ‘Ben Lowy lens’ with minimal image processing

The New York Times Conflict photographer Ben Lowy has championed the use of image-filtering smartphone apps such as Hipstamatic and Instagram, and now the company plans to release a new lens under his name. The lens will apply “minimal… Read more
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