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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CANADA
RTS34G6A
March 02, 2020
A cameraman films a negative pressure room during a news media tour of quarantine facilities for treating...
Montreal, Canada
Cameraman films a negative pressure room during a news media tour of quarantine facilities for treating...
A cameraman films a negative pressure room during a news media tour of quarantine facilities for treating novel coronavirus at Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, Quebec, Canada March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CANADA
RTS34G5O
March 02, 2020
A cameraman films a negative pressure room during a news media tour of quarantine facilities for treating...
Montreal, Canada
Cameraman films a negative pressure room during a news media tour of quarantine facilities for treating...
A cameraman films a negative pressure room during a news media tour of quarantine facilities for treating novel coronavirus at Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, Quebec, Canada March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
AWARDS-OSCARS/SHORTS
RTX4Z96B
February 28, 2018
Ru Kuwahata (L) and Max Porter representing the film "Negative Space" attend the "Oscar Week: Shorts"...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Ru Kuwahata and Max Porter attend "Oscar Week: Shorts" reception and screening in Beverly Hills, California...
Ru Kuwahata (L) and Max Porter representing the film "Negative Space" attend the "Oscar Week: Shorts" reception and screening in Beverly Hills, California, U.S. February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Phil McCarten
AWARDS-OSCARS/SHORTS
RTX4Z966
February 28, 2018
Ru Kuwahata (L) and Max Porter representing the film "Negative Space" attend the "Oscar Week: Shorts"...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Ru Kuwahata and Max Porter attend "Oscar Week: Shorts" reception and screening in Beverly Hills, California...
Ru Kuwahata (L) and Max Porter representing the film "Negative Space" attend the "Oscar Week: Shorts" reception and screening in Beverly Hills, California, U.S. February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Phil McCarten
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XS26
February 19, 2018
Vintage Uranium Glass bottles glow under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
Vintage Uranium Glass bottles glow under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRZY
February 19, 2018
An Art Nouveau Uranium Glass table lamp glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland,...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
An Art Nouveau Uranium Glass table lamp glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRZW
February 19, 2018
A vintage Uranium Glass candle holder glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland,...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
A vintage Uranium Glass candle holder glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, January 23, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRZB
February 19, 2018
A fluorescent pearl rosary glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
A fluorescent pearl rosary glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
URANIUM-GLASS/
RTX4XRYY
February 19, 2018
A Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February...
WANGEN AN DER AARE, Switzerland
The Wider Image: Collect vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
A Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "RADIOACTIVE VINTAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
LEBANON-CINEMA/RESTORATION
RTX3BBMI
July 13, 2017
A man holds a negative of an old film in Al-Ahram, a derelict cinema in Tripoli, Lebanon July 5, 2017....
Tripoli, Lebanon
A man holds a negative of an old film in Al-Ahram, a derelict cinema in Tripoli
A man holds a negative of an old film in Al-Ahram, a derelict cinema in Tripoli, Lebanon July 5, 2017. Picture taken July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-CINEMA/RESTORATION
RTX3BBHN
July 13, 2017
A negative of an old film is seen at Al-Ahram, a derelict cinema in Tripoli, Lebanon July 5, 2017. Picture...
Tripoli, Lebanon
A negative of an old film is seen at Al-Ahram, a derelict cinema in Tripoli
A negative of an old film is seen at Al-Ahram, a derelict cinema in Tripoli, Lebanon July 5, 2017. Picture taken July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-CINEMA/RESTORATION
RTX3BBHA
July 13, 2017
Qassem Istanbouli holds a film negative, in Tripoli, Lebanon July 5, 2017. Picture taken July 5, 2017....
Tripoli, Lebanon
Qassem Istanbouli holds a film negative, in Tripoli
Qassem Istanbouli holds a film negative, in Tripoli, Lebanon July 5, 2017. Picture taken July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
SOLAR-ECLIPSE
RTR4U60V
March 20, 2015
A man watches a partial solar eclipse looking through a welding mask near the medieval Charles Bridge...
Prague, Czech Republic
A man watches a partial solar eclipse looking through a welding mask in Prague
A man watches a partial solar eclipse looking through a welding mask near the medieval Charles Bridge in Prague March 20, 2015. A solar eclipse swept across the Atlantic Ocean on Friday with the moon blocking out the sun for a few thousand sky gazers on remote islands with millions more in Europe, Africa and Asia getting a partial celestial show. REUTERS/David W Cerny
ROMANIA/
RTR3GY1M
March 13, 2014
Cezar Popescu scans a negative from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia,...
Slobozia, Romania
Popescu scans a negative from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia...
Cezar Popescu scans a negative from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia, 120 km east of Bucharest, February 21, 2014. Popescu, an enthusiast photographer, is digitalizing the work of Costica Acsinte, a man that worked as army photographer for Romanian troops from 1916 to 1918 and after that in a small photo studio, the only one at that time, in the remote town of Slobozia. He died in 1984 but took pictures almost until 1980. At the beginning he took pictures on glass plates and after on celluloid plates or films. Documenting more than 50 years of life in southern Romania, his archive is more than impressive. But this archive was kept in very bad conditions, so, when in 1986 the Ialomita county museum entered in possession of this, the damage was already done. Popescu scans the old images and add them into museum's database and on the pages he created for Acsinte's archive on Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, etc. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Society
Saving Costica Acsinte's Negatives - 13 Mar 2014
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ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXRY
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXRR
March 13, 2014
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXR7
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXR6
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXR1
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXQI
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXPY
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXPS
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXPQ
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GWT3
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW9B
March 13, 2014
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured before being scanning at Ialomita county...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured before being scanning at Ialomita county...
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured before being scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8W
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8U
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu arranges a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" after scanning...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu arranges a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" after scanning...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu arranges a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" after scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8N
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8H
March 13, 2014
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8F
March 13, 2014
A museographer arranges negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum...
Slobozia, Romania
A museographer arranges negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum...
A museographer arranges negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8E
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW81
March 13, 2014
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW7X
March 13, 2014
Images scanned from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured on a monitor in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Images scanned from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured on a monitor in Slobozia
Images scanned from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured on a monitor in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Images from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are scanned at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Images from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are scanned at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Images from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are scanned at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at an image of the Sfintii Voievozi monastery taken from the "Costica...
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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at an image of the Sfintii Voievozi monastery taken from the "Costica...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at an image of the Sfintii Voievozi monastery taken from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Images scanned from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive are pictured on a monitor in Slobozia February...
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Images scanned from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive are pictured on a monitor in Slobozia
Images scanned from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive are pictured on a monitor in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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A museographer holds a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county...
A museographer holds a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Photo enthusiast Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
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Photo enthusiast Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive before scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans the scanner before digitalizing negatives from the "Costica Acsinte...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans the scanner before digitalizing negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Slobozia, Romania
A museographer holds a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county...
A museographer holds a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Slobozia, Romania
A museographer holds glass plate negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county...
A museographer holds glass plate negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Slobozia, Romania
Cezar Popescu looks at negatives from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive at Ialomita county museum in...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from "Costica Acsinte" picture archive before scanning...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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Slobozia, Romania
Paslaru holds a picture of her taken by Costica Acsinte about 50 years ago in Slobozia
Marioara Paslaru holds a picture of her taken by Costica Acsinte about 50 years ago in Slobozia, February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013....
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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April 17, 2013
A police officer holds a film template for counterfeit U.S. dollar notes during a media conference in...
Lima, Peru
A police officer holds a film template for counterfeit U.S. dollar notes during a media conference in...
A police officer holds a film template for counterfeit U.S. dollar notes during a media conference in Lima April 17, 2013. Approximately 10 million U.S. dollars and 12 million Peruvian Nuevos Soles counterfeit bills were found by the police in an illegal laboratory, the police department said. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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February 07, 2013
A fan of actor and director Kamal Haasan pours milk on his cardboard cutout to celebrate the release...
Chennai, India
A fan of actor and director Kamal Haasan pours milk on his life-sized cardboard cutout to celebrate the...
A fan of actor and director Kamal Haasan pours milk on his cardboard cutout to celebrate the release of his new movie "Vishwaroopam" in the southern Indian city of Chennai, February 7, 2013. The film opened in cinemas in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu on Thursday, nearly two weeks after its scheduled release was put on hold by the state government after Muslim groups protested over the film's alleged depiction of the community in a negative light. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
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February 07, 2013
Fans of Tamil actor and director Kamal Haasan pour milk on his life-sized cardboard cut-out to celebrate...
Chennai, India
Fans of actor and director Haasan pour milk on his life-sized cardboard cut-out in Chennai
Fans of Tamil actor and director Kamal Haasan pour milk on his life-sized cardboard cut-out to celebrate the release of his new movie "Vishwaroopam" in the southern Indian city of Chennai February 7, 2013. The controversial film opened in cinemas in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu on Thursday, nearly two weeks after its scheduled release was put on hold by the state government after Muslim groups protested over the film's alleged depiction of the community in a negative light. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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