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End of Polaroid film leaves many in lurch

Portrait photographer Suzanne Revy of Groton finds a unique quality in Polaroid Type 56 black-and-white film and has no desire to switch to digital. Portrait photographer Suzanne Revy of Groton finds a unique quality in Polaroid Type 56 black-and-white film and has no desire to switch to digital. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff)
By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / February 27, 2008

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As coroner of Cayuga County in New York, James Dolan has seen many an untimely death. He documents each of them with snapshots from a Polaroid camera. (Full article: 1211 words)

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