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4 July 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 photos of the week, Oli Kellete, tonality and Kevin Raber.

  • It was a memorable week and Alan Taylor covers it all in 35 images in Photos of the Week.
  • Cat Lachowskyj showcases Oli Kellete's street photography series Cross Road Blues, "where vibrant pockets of natural light poke through surrounding architecture to spotlight his subjects, as though they are delivering a crucial set of lines during a play."
  • In Print Crit: Nicolas Vincent, Mike Johnston takes a look at a black-and-white print made on an inkjet, no small feat. The piece includes a nice discussion of tonal values.
  • In July Fourth 2020, Kevin Raber reflects of the holiday and the country after losing his father-in-law to the coronavirus, which his wife also contracted. "This is the year all of us should learn how to come together, watch each other's back and do our best to survive the challenges that we face," he writes.

Much more to come today (the Saturday matinee, a review and our usual holiday piece). Meanwhile, please support our efforts...

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