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11 November 2014

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at a winning portrait, Udo Bernhart, a Nikon act of kindness and a donut selfie.

  • Kirk Tuck finds a winning portrait he describes as "well seen." And remembers one of his own, both made with cameras that make him wonder if "our skills become inversely proportional to our abilities to buy gear."
  • "My family always told me that you can't make any money with photography," photojournalist Udo Bernhart recalls in Around the World with a Camera.
  • Kazuo Wakabayashi had just bought a scarlet Nikon dSLR when he perished in the Mount Ontake eruption in September. Nikon restored his damaged, ash-covered camera (down to the red body) and recovered 200 photos for the family.
  • Don't know what a Donut Selfie is? Karen X. Cheng has your (well, her) back:

More to come...

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