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21 June 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 kites, a difficult contract, Joachim Baldauf and Ming Thein's predictions.

  • Go Fly a Kite is Alan Taylor's way of suggesting you "take some time, go outside and set a kite aloft." Two out of three isn't bad, either.
  • Craig Oppenheimer negotiates a contract for Lifestyle Images for Retailer but it wasn't easy. The afternoon shoot turned into a night session in which daylight had to be simulated. But the estimate, which was $15,000 more than the original budget, was approved.
  • Don't Blame Me For... is Berlin photographer Joachim Baldauf's amusing portrait series designed to upset stereotypes. We particularly liked Don't Blame Me For Being Colored in the otherwise all black-and-white set.
  • Ming Thein concludes his series on Predicting the Photographic Ecosystem in 10 Years with Part II.

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