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This Week in Photography Books: Ashley Gilbertson

  Antidote is over, and I’m happy to report it was a big success. Oddly, it was a lot like an art project, as I visualized something new, and then went about executing what I saw in my head, so it could come out into the world. Unfortunately, the two days since the event ended […]
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