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9 February 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 Pyeongchang, Tino Scherer, the Adobe Residency and Nick Knight.

  • Alan Taylor's Pyeongchang Preview presents 43 photos of the preparation and training for the Winter Olympics. He's also posted 34 images of the opening ceremony.
  • In Action in the Alps, Tino Scherer talks about his photo shoot with the famous custom bike builder Danny Schneider. "I always overexpose my images by a half or even a whole aperture stop," he reveals. "This means that the image still has enough delineation and, if necessary, I can always make it a little darker when editing."
  • Aundre Larrow tells Chloe Olewitz What It's Like to Land an All-Expenses-Paid Adobe Residency. "They're not only giving you resources -- my project is really travel-based and they paid for the flights, the Ubers, the food and places to stay," he says. "Then on top of that, I have two internal mentors and two external mentors."
  • In The Red Bustle by Nick Knight, Francis Hodgson looks at a 1986 image that was "a reaction against a period when fashion had been for a while even more overtly all about sex than usual" and yet "remains seductive long after the clothes it was made to sell have passed into the archive."

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