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Geoffrey Crawley, one of Britain's best photographic editors and scientists, has died aged 83. Crawley was editor of the British Journal of Photography between 1967 and 1987 and worked there until 2000, when he joined Amateur Photographer as photo-science consultant. He wrote for the magazine until recently.
Crawley had a long career in photography and invented the developer Acutol which was sold by Paterson from 1963. He also investigated the…Continue
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