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1 September 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 spotted apples, laborers, street photography advice and blocking a photojournalist.

  • In Current Work, Jim Kasson rolls up his sleeves to shoot Spots on My Apples, a series "of portraits of produce, not prettified or perfect like you'd see in the aisles at Safeway, but treated with respect. At least that's my goal."
  • Joe McNally celebrates Labor Day Weekend with a selection of portraits of workers. "Fall is a time of hope," he writes. "Always has been for me."
  • Munich photographer Skander Khlif gives some advice to street photographers. "Be honest with yourself, emotional with your subjects, curious with the world and generous with everyone," he advises.
  • Gina Martinez reports on The Inside Story of a Trump Volunteer Blocking a Photographer at a Rally. Associated Press photographer Evan Vucci photographed Nick Barbknecht blocking the lens of Reuters photojournalist Kevin Lamarque at a recent political rally. Barbknecht has since apologized.

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