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6 April 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 golf balls, dogs, the Panasonic G95's video, zone focusing and vignetting.

  • In Abstract Interiors Revealed in Golf Ball Cross-Section Photography by James Friedman, Andrew Lasane highlights a few of Ohio-based photographer James Friedman's abstract series that focuses on the internal structures of golf balls, which just happens to vary quite a bit. We were a bit disappointed Friedman didn't include at least one of our favorite brands: range balls. They're usually already cut open.
  • Christian Vieler has been working on his series Dogs Catching Treats for six years. It apparently never gets old. Funnier, perhaps, if he used the Healing Brush on the treats. Try it at home.
  • Richard Butler explains the trade-offs in the company's approach to video capture in the new Panasonic G95.
  • Mattias Burling presents a five-minute course on street shooting in this charming video that covers zone focusing with a 28mm lens:

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