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13 November 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 David Webrouck, Matthew Pothier, Jeremy Lock, Harold Davis, designing a portfolio and a Phase One event.

  • In Meeting the Bigkids, David Webrouck talks about his stunning monochromatic images of buildings. "I often plan my trips around the buildings that I could visit and photograph," he says. "For me, they're like celebrities that I can't wait to meet. It makes no difference if the architecture is contemporary or classical, religious or otherwise."
  • Matthew Pothier reflects On Photographing Humanity in the Face of Adversity in an interview with Stephanie Wade. His theme? "It seems to be people up against void -- and how they deal with, knowingly or unknowingly, the fact that humanity is a tiny speck of light in a vast, dark and uncaring universe," he says.
  • In A Veteran Combat Photographer Recalls His Most Memorable Shots, Jeremy Lock tells Bonny Bajohr how his start as an X-ray technician in the Air Force led to being named Military Photographer of the Year seven times by the Defense Department.
  • Harold Davis "enjoyed" A Memorable Arrival in Palermo. "Eventually and it was a pretty long eventually, I was able to call the hotel and they promised to send someone out to help me find a place to park the car and bring my luggage in. This took a while as I waited between two police barricades," he writes.
  • Jasenka Grujin provides five tips and a 10 examples to inspire you when Designing Your Online Portfolio. "A great portfolio can easily boost your career especially if you're still new to photography," she suggests.
  • Bear Images is hosting Phase One Technology 'Open Studio' on Nov. 29 in San Francisco. Lau Norgaard, Phase One vice president of research and development will talk about the next generation IQ4 Infinity platform.

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