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2 January 2020

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 Australia, photojournalism, Venice, Nishant Shukla, the best cameras of 2019, Steve Brazill, the iMac Pro, camera company resolutions, archives and Albertina Martinez.

  • Alan Taylor presents 20 photos of Australia's Raging Bushfires. Record-setting heat and powerful winds have spawned more than 100 bushfires.
  • Jacqui Palumbo collected 10 of The Most Powerful Moments in Photojournalism in 2019.
  • Photographer Natalia Elena Massi spent the day shooting Flooded Venice
  • Stephanie Wade explores photographer Nishant Shukla's series Seeking Moksha, all shot on film, depicting the Himalayas and its inhabitants.
  • Mike Johnston proposes a few of the Best Cameras of 2019. Of course, readers proposed a few more.
  • Concert photographer Steve Brazill discusses The Joy of Live Music Photography. "My first tip is to ignore the noise," he writes. But he means noise in the images not the music.
  • Kirk Tuck bought a new iMac Pro at his wife's urging. And he's happy to detail all the advantages, including being able to see "more profound differences between cameras."
  • Thom Hogan suggests some Camera Company New Year's Resolutions that they aren't going to take seriously.
  • Andrew Molitor considers what photographers are up to when they say they are 'Working With Archives'. They sometimes means something like this.
  • Albertina Martínez found dead two days after covering a protest in Santiago amid speculation she was targeted because of her job, according to Chris McGown and John Bartlett of the Guardian.

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