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Photography

A Day in Dallas

Twenty cameras, 24 hours, one city.
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Hance Taplin
In Dallas, there aren’t enough rooms where you’ll see a healthy mix of people interacting with different cultures. We’re stuck in our silos, where we’re comfortable. But what makes a city great is its people—them coming together, learning about one another, sharing ideas, collaborating. Photography can be a bridge. For A Day in Dallas, I teamed with D Magazine to give 20 different people disposable Kodak cameras. We asked them to shoot a roll of film over the course of 24 hours. You may know some of them, but many you won’t. They lead nonprofits in southern Dallas. They play for the Dallas Mavericks. They help arrange funeral services. They fled Syria. They produce music. They go to school. The disposable camera levels the field. This is a day in Dallas, blemishes and all, told through 20 different pairs of eyes.  – Hance Taplin, founder of the fashion label By Way of Dallas, as told to Matt Goodman. 

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