The Best Thing I’ve Seen Today: Dodge & Burn

by rferron

“Dodge and Burn was created out of a passion for analogue photography and classic cameras.  The sculpted mechanical beauty of vintage cameras, the legendary photographers who used them, and the iconic images they created are the things that fuel the Dodge and Burn brand.  We’re neck-deep into the digital age and more people than ever are taking photos.  I believe that regardless of whether you use your iPhone or an old Leica screw mount camera to capture your decisive moment, you are part of the history of photography.  Dodge and Burn is here to remind you of this.” (via Dodge & Burn Story)

Love the typography. Love the homage to old-school cameras and photographers even more.

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The Flatiron, 1904, Edward Steichen.

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Succulent, 1932, Edward Weston

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Indianapolis, 1956, Robert Frank.

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Phone call, 1957, Saul Leiter.

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Los Angeles, 1964, Gary Winogrand.

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Brooklyn Family, 1966, Diane Arbus.

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America by Car, 1995-2009, Lee Friedlander.

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Untitled (Memphis), 1970, William Eggelston.

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Subway, 1980, Bruce Davidson.

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