More phone nonsense.

It was interesting, and I am sure not coincidental, that the Independent ran a story about Nathan Benn shooting 10,000 images on Kodacrome for the National Geographic over a 20 year period in the States and another on David Bailey and Bruce Webber using a Nokia 1020 for 20 minutes in Harlem.
Safe to say that the Kodachrome images are streets ahead of the Bailey and Webber toot which is no doubt a clever marketing ploy to compete with the launch of the new iphone.
Just goes to show that the old saying 'Its not what you shoot with, its the way you see things' (or something like that) clearly doesn't work.

 Nathan Barry


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