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20 November 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 May Parlar, beauty salon photography, Alvaro Ybarra, Steve Gosling, the photographer as poet and a used Sony A7R III.

  • Laura Staugaitis presents the Surreal Composite Photographs of Berlin-based photographer May Parlar which "explore the human condition through a feminist perspective."
  • Miss Rosen is Celebrating the Timeless Art of Beauty Salon Photography from the new book Fünf Finger Föhn Frisur with a photographs made by Gaechter+Clahsen for Zurich hairdresser Elsässer Pour Dames.
  • Alvaro Ybarra photographed the Shell-Fisherwomen in Galicia. "For me these women are an example of overcoming the odds and I will be eternally grateful to them for letting me photograph them and meet them," he writes.
  • Steve Gosling reflects on his experience Using Mirrorless Cameras for Landscape Photography. After moving to the Olympus OMD platform, he (and his back) have no complaints and the quality of his black-and-white Micro Four Thirds images.
  • Harold Davis guest blogs for Scott Kelby as the Photographer as Poet. It's a nice introduction to his work. What's that mean? "I've found that the simplest answer is to say that I photograph whatever I want and later find a way to make a living with my photos," he explains.
  • Lloyd Chambers is selling his Sony A7R III With Really Right Stuff L-Bracket and, optionally, Zeiss Batis lenses.

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