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9 July 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 Peter Turnley, Hellen Van Meene, oe Pugliese, PhotoBooth 60 PBS, changing colors, sunrises, a lens aberration solution, Fracture's new image editor, Daido Moriyama and the Cameradactyl Homonculus 69.

  • Peter Turnley photographed A Woman Without a Country. "When I woke up this morning, I said to myself, I hope to come across a miracle. Thank you for speaking to me," she tells him.
  • In The Bird in Borrowed Feathers, Marigold Warner reviews a new exhibit opening in London by Hellen Van Meene. "Often working with young women, Van Meene uses natural light in ornate locations to illuminate the magic of the transformative stage between adolescence and adulthood," she writes.
  • Joe Pugliese tells Heidi Volpe, "This assignment really combined everything I love about shooting for editorial clients." Didn't hurt that the client was Priest+Grace for 8x8 magazine and the models were all members of the U.S. women's soccer team that's been making waves lately.
  • PhotoBooth 60 PBS is the Emmy Award-winning commercial by Errol Morris for PBS that will amuse photographers and opera lovers:

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