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13 March 2019

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 Venezuelan blackouts, photographing bipolar disorder, Kirk Tuck returns, home brew color grading, timelapse photography tips, imposter syndrome and a Rocky Nook deal.

  • In Ongoing Blackouts Hit Already Struggling Venezuelans, Alan Taylor presents 28 photos of the effects of the collapse of the country's power grid.
  • In Capturing the Highs and Lows of Bipolar Disorder Through Photography, David Gonzalez explores Metthieu Zellweger's collaborative and interpretive portraiture of the psychiatric condition. "There are so many misconceptions about the disorder that a lot of the patients were happy to dispel that," Zellweger tells him.
  • Kirk Tuck returns from his hiatus with renewed enthusiasm for The Act of Photography. "For me it all comes down to process. To the exercise. To examining the world through a temporal filter that allows me to shoot now and consider later," he writes.
  • Post-production artist Viktor Fejes tackles the topic of Color Grading with a "a quick plug-in free way of cycling through simplistic color grades randomly."
  • Miops lists 10 Timelapse Photography Tips Every Photographer Should Know. "Timelapse photography requires patience, especially because you need to be keen down to the smallest shooting details," the piece notes.
  • In I'm a Total Fraud, and So Are You, Kurt Krumme show you how to make 'Imposter Syndrome' your friend. He suggests you focus on what it can teach you: "how to be humble, useful, nurturing, curious, endearing and driven to improve."
  • Rocky Nook is offering 40 percent off either volume of Wedding Storyteller when you apply code WS2019 at checkout.

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