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20 April 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 five home portfolios, Sarah Lee, Bus Riders, the Sigma fp, Sinclair vs. Mashable Ziff Davis, Photo Attorney Forms deal and Kevin Raber.

  • In the first of a new series, Marigold Warner presents Great Works Made From Home by Jerome Ming, Cornelius de Bill Baboul, Stefanie Moshammer, April Dawn Alison and Gideon Mendel.
  • In My Shrunken World, Sarah Lee photographs her immediate environment with an iPhone, escaping the lockdown in the London borough of Camden.
  • Francis Hodgson considers Bus Riders, by Cindy Sherman, a series he greatly admires. "Some pictures make no sense alone. I have always hotly coveted this series and wouldn't want to choose a representative one or two," he writes.
  • Kirk Tuck offers his Saturday Review of the Little Sigma fp, which he calls "eccentric but brilliant."
  • In The Silent Gorilla in the Room Strikes, Greenberg & Reznicki discuss the Sinclair vs. Mashable Ziff Davis case in which an image embedded in an Instagram post was published after the photographer denied the publisher permission to use the image. Morale: Read the fine print.
  • Carolyn Wright announces Photo Attorney Forms and Book Up to 50 Percent Off. "If you are using this time to improve your photography business, then Photo Attorney forms and book may help," she writes.
  • In Covid-19 Hit Home, Kevin Raber writes movingly about the loss of his father-in-law who he considered a second Dad. "It has been hard on all of us. This just didn't have to happen. It is happening all over the world and many die in isolation," he writes.

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