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“BEACON, N.Y. — The folks in T-shirts, shorts and artsy eyewear at the Fovea photography gallery were deep in a discussion over what someone had labeled “iPhoneography,” the visual clutter and glut in a world where everyone with a cellphone can be a photojournalist. Then a voice piped up from the front row. Summer Nights Strolling Main Street Summer Rituals This is the fourth in a series of articles exploring how people in the New York City area spend their summers after dark. Connect with NYTMetro Metro Twitter Logo. Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for news and conversation. Enlarge This Image Marcus Yam for The New York Times Michael Sullivan, a personal trainer and art enthusiast from Newburgh, N.Y., at the event. “Are we concerned about the shifting sands — and it sounds like an oxymoron — of the new cliché?” asked Andrew Courtney, a photographer and filmmaker from Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. Mr. Courtney, it turned out, had a lengthy résumé that incl”

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