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This is the Camera Teruyoshi Hayashida Used to Shoot Take Ivy

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The folks over at The Trad caught up with photographer Teruyoshi Hayashida, who photographed the now-iconic (and soon-to-be-released-in-English) style book, Take Ivy. This is the actual camera that was used to shoot the photos in 1965.
· Take Ivy author interviews [The Trad]
· Reexamining the Ivy League look [Racked]