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Blondie, by Robert Mapplethorpe. A secondary image from a 1982 negative. The eBay seller offers a “Certificate of Authenticity” upon request. Read more here. 

Blondie, by Robert Mapplethorpe. A secondary image from a 1982 negative. The eBay seller offers a “Certificate of Authenticity” upon request. Read more here

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Turn your home into a professional shooting studio. eBay has a brilliant section of lighting tools to get your started at a smart price. 

Turn your home into a professional shooting studio. eBay has a brilliant section of lighting tools to get your started at a smart price. 

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All hail “Queen of Cool” in 1988. Winona fans, click here.
Image: Heathers Promo still from eBay

All hail “Queen of Cool” in 1988. Winona fans, click here.

Image: Heathers Promo still from eBay

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Audrey Hepburn, film still from War & Peace. Found on eBay. 

Audrey Hepburn, film still from War & Peace. Found on eBay

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Ever fantasized of making your own Super-8 movie? Here’s your chance with this surprisingly low priced Bauer C6-Zoom Royal Super-8 Movie camera. No more excuses. 

Ever fantasized of making your own Super-8 movie? Here’s your chance with this surprisingly low priced Bauer C6-Zoom Royal Super-8 Movie camera. No more excuses. 

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Calling all filmmakers. eBay’s “Daily deal” blesses us today with a Nikon 35mm Wide Angle Lens, complete with UV Filter. Bring it home at 45% off, from $300 to $164.99. 

Calling all filmmakers. eBay’s “Daily deal” blesses us today with a Nikon 35mm Wide Angle Lens, complete with UV Filter. Bring it home at 45% off, from $300 to $164.99. 

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Monroe & Milton
If you peruse all the iconic Marylin Monroe images, you’ll come across a photographer named Milton Greene. Milton shot Marilyn at her most natural, probably because the two struck up a close friendship, and eventually a production company, called Marilyn Monroe Productions. This is a photo taken for one of the films (Bus Stop,1956) of the short-lived company, which eventually ended their friendship as well.
Dive into the history of Marilyn Monroe photos by Milton Greene on eBay.

Monroe & Milton

If you peruse all the iconic Marylin Monroe images, you’ll come across a photographer named Milton Greene. Milton shot Marilyn at her most natural, probably because the two struck up a close friendship, and eventually a production company, called Marilyn Monroe Productions. This is a photo taken for one of the films (Bus Stop,1956) of the short-lived company, which eventually ended their friendship as well.

Dive into the history of Marilyn Monroe photos by Milton Greene on eBay.

(Source: missmonroes, via suicideblonde)

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The Hasselblad
Photographer David Hanjani, a reader of The Inside Source, submitted this photo of his own Hasselblad camera. Isn’t she a beauty? If you want to learn how to master this old-school classic, take a peek at the vast selection of Hasselblads on eBay. 
(Photo: Follow David Hanjani’s Tumblr. Text: Jauretsi)

The Hasselblad

Photographer David Hanjani, a reader of The Inside Source, submitted this photo of his own Hasselblad camera. Isn’t she a beauty? If you want to learn how to master this old-school classic, take a peek at the vast selection of Hasselblads on eBay

(Photo: Follow David Hanjani’s Tumblr. Text: Jauretsi)

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Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Mario Kroes

German-born and LA-based photographer Mario Kroes excels in the kind of high-contrast, black and white portraiture that Saint Laurent designer (and highly proficient photographer) Hedi Slimane tends to prefer. Kroes’ Instagram feed offers a monochromatic glimpse into the life of a photographer. A must-follow, in our opinion. Mario can be found on Instagram by clicking here.

(Photos courtesy of @mariokroes via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Photographer Alert: Boris Ovini
French photographer Boris Ovini got his start in the trade from an early age, taking pictures of student demonstrations in Paris at the ripe old age of 16. From there, he went on to earn his degree from the Lycee d’art Auguste Renoir. Since then, his work has been featured in Citizen K, Plastique, and Vanity Fair. 
(Photo courtesy of Boris Ovini via Empty Kingdom. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Photographer Alert: Boris Ovini

French photographer Boris Ovini got his start in the trade from an early age, taking pictures of student demonstrations in Paris at the ripe old age of 16. From there, he went on to earn his degree from the Lycee d’art Auguste Renoir. Since then, his work has been featured in Citizen K, Plastique, and Vanity Fair. 

(Photo courtesy of Boris Ovini via Empty Kingdom. Text by Jenny Bahn)