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2 February 2017
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 Ferrari 250 GT PF coupe, Camera Restricta, a photo of hope and PhotoAlliance's portfolio review.
- This Ferrari 250 GT PF Coupe Was Hidden in Hollywood for Decades and unseen until photographer Ted Gushue squeezed into the small living room to document the find. Tough assignment but quite a story.
- Camera Restricta is a "short film about a speculative design of a new kind of camera. Shot over the course of three days in Copenhagen and Kolding, Denmark." And, you know, a joke:
- In How a Viral Protest Photo Gave This Rabbi a Chance to Spread a Message of Hope, Rabbi Jordan Bendat-Appell says of Chicago Tribune photographer Nuccio DiNuzzo's photograph of him and his son protesting at O'Hare with a Muslim family against Trump's refugee ban:
When people see the photograph, they see the promise of hope and the possibility that ordinary people, parents, children, anybody can really in real ways bring light and love and connection into the world, even if there are reasons why we may feel that we need to be separate from each other.
- PhotoAlliance is sponsoring its 11th annual Our World Portfolio Review March 10 to 12 at the San Francisco Art Institute. Application deadline is Feb. 19.
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