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Walter Baron

Walter Baron began his photographic journey in high school, developing black and white images in his father's basement darkroom. Settling in Wellfleet in 1970, he contributed to student exhibitions and worked for the Boston Phoenix. After a hiatus, he resumed photography in the late '80s, earning acclaim in publications like Cape Cod Magazine. Transitioning to digital photography, he explored a Lo-Fi aesthetic which he calls “TinVision”, a modern interpretation of one of the earliest photographic processes.

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