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3 May 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 Lewis Hine, Sara Terry, Aundre Larrow shoots Warrior fans, being alone with Harold Davis, a Sigma discount and a sports photography panel.

  • Alan Taylor has unearthed 35 photos taken 100 years ago by Lewis Hine of France in the Final Year of World War I. "The photographs were also intended to drum up support for the Red Cross and appeal to an American audience back home who had grown weary of the war, even as it crawled toward a close," he explains.
  • In Photographing the 'Landscape of Forgiveness' in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Antwaun Sargent interviews Sara Terry about her project on reconciliation. "The project is really rooted in saying to the Western world, 'That thing you think we do so well: show other people what justice looks like, well maybe we should take a back seat and look at what justice looks like through an African's eyes,'" Terry said.
  • In Celebrating Sports Fans With Aundre Larrow, Summer Wilson talks to the photographer as his year as an Adobe Creative Resident comes to an close, which included a special project with the Golden State Warriors.
  • Harold Davis is learning The Art of Being Alone With Oneself as he continues his pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago. He notes that "travelers from all parts of the known world have been making this trek for a millennium, generally with tolerance, grace, faith and good will. This is not a bad model for humanity to follow more generally."
  • Through May 14, Sigma is offering a Mother's Day discount up to $100 on some of its Art lenses.
  • On May 14, Camera Bits is hosting Tales from the Sidelines, a panel on sports photography. Sports photographers Hannah Foslein, Keith Cephus, and Stephanie Lovell will share their top tips, memorable moments and advice on workflow, efficiency and more. Registration required.

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