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17 April 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 Bob Dylan, Kost's Japan photos, approaching people on the street and Sony.
- In Bob Dylan's Early Days in New York, John Leland talks to Ted Russell about the previously unpublished 40 black-and-white images he took of the 20 year old singer. "I wanted to do an essay on the trials and tribulations of an up-and-coming folk singer trying to make it in the big city," he recalls.
- In Photography From Japan -- Created in Adobe Spark, Julieanne Kost presents her recent images from Japan.
- Derrick Story explains how he approaches people A Little Talk Goes a Long Way on the Street. "n all honesty, we're all just trying to get by," and a little respect is often reflected right back at you.
- In Sony Throws Some Smack, Thom Hogan debunks last week's reports that the company has unseated Company #2 in the full-frame interchangeable lens market.