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13 September 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 George Turner, more from Photolucida, Ash Adams, Ed Ruscha, the Epson P800 printer, a portable lightbox and WordPress print fulfillment.

  • In Photographing Otters, Eagles and Seals With George Turner, Lex van den Berghe profiles the British photographer and conservationist. "If there's one big takeaway from George's trip to the Isle of Mull, it's this: You don't need the resources to travel the world in order to capture amazing wildlife images," he writes. Here's George himself:
  • Jonathan Blaustein has published the fifth installment of The Best Work I Saw at Photolucida. This part features work by Weldon Brewster, Dawn Watson, Marian Crostic, Cable Hoover, Martha Ketterer, Jesse Reiser, Jean Sousa and Nate Gowdy.
  • Ash Adams photographs Mt. Edgecumbe High School where Native identity is becoming an integral part of the curriculum.
  • Streets of Los Angeles by Artist Ed Ruscha, Recipient of the 2019 Getty Meda celebrates the photographer's production of "over half a million photographs of the city in a systematic attempt to document major streets in LA, including Melrose Avenue, Pacific Coast Highway and Sunset Boulevard." The Getty acquired the archive in 2011 and has been digitizing it.

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