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31 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 flowers underwater, Paul R. Williams, JJC aluminum grip and overheating.

  • In Iridescent Waters Subsume Lush, Floral Bunches, Grace Ebert showcases a collaboration between photographer CheukLun Lo and floral artist Bloom Bloom Fleur that celebrate "the mysterious and dreamy qualities of the ocean."
  • In Johnny Tran on Pueblo Del Rio, Tran discusses a photograph of a family at the dinner table by architect Paul R. Williams's Pueblo del Rio project from Leonard Nadel's unpublished book Pueblo Del Rio: A Study of a Planned Community.
  • Derrick Story finds a $39 JJC Dedicated Aluminum Grip for his Fujifilm X100V that is so well-designed it provides a comfortable hand grip, battery access, a tripod socket, speaker opening and a clever Arca-Swiss adapter in a lightweight design that actually complements the camera.
  • In Is Your Camera Overheating?, the Phoblographer offers some tricks to keep the temperature from rising.

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