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Grief, Grind, and Glory of Work, pictures by Steve McCurry

Last month the world heard the tragic news that more than a thousand people working at a clothing factory in Bangladesh, were killed when the factory they were working in collapsed. Steve McCurry one of the greatest working photographers has put together this selection of his images themed around work, you can see all of the set here

afghn-127772  BURMA-10221NF, Myanmar (Burma), 07/1994  india-108441  yemen-10053nf4  yugoslavia-10068

 

all images © Steve McCurry

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Kodachrome: Final countdown

Not quite the end of film but definitely the end of an era.

The last days for getting your Kodachrome processed are nigh, end of November in the UK this article from BBC blogs tells all http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/photoblog/2010/10/kodachrome_final_countdown.html

Elegy for Kodachrome

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-philip-neches/elegy-for-kodachrome_b_654215.html

Do I care, well not really, I love digital, it has everything I need and has changed how I work only in positive ways (sorry for the pun)