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23 January 2018

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. This time we look at Gold Rush daguerreotypes, Toni Felsner, a gear sale and Winston Hendrickson.

  • In The Age of Gold and Daguerreotypes, Sarah Moroz explores a new exhibit in Canada of Gold Rush era images. "The images seem very contemporary through the poses, the hairstyles, the allure and even the clothes," said Luce Lebart, director of the Canadian Photography Institute. But then photography was in its infancy too.
  • Toni Felsner shoots The View From Above in medium format mostly from a window seat. Then he applies a day-for-night effect to the monochrome images.
  • Lloyd Chambers is have another Gear Sale. In addition to lenses he no longer has room for, this one includes a Sony A7R II and 2013 Mac Pro.
  • Scott Kelby wrote a beautiful tribute to Winston Hendrickson, vice president of digital imaging at Adobe, who succumbed to cancer last weekend. Maria Yap posted an Adobe Blog entry on Henrickson and Julieanne Kost posted this image in his honor. Our condolences to his family and gratitude for sharing him with us.

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