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16 November 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 Justine Kurland, Clara Vannucci, making a print, confusion, 20 Lightroom tips and the Light 16.

  • Emily Shapiro presents the Girl Pictures of Justine Kurland. "The images in this book weigh me down with a sense of nostalgia and it's not just the late nineties fashion," she writes. "It's the fact that the girls seem to be disappearing."
  • Clara Vannucci captures Asmara, Portrait of a City by photographing the traces of Italian colonial rule in the Eritrean capitol. "One day at the end of 2015, when I was at my grand mother house in Florence, Italy, I discovered a dusty box full of old pictures of my great-grandfather in East Africa," she says.
  • Scott Kelby says It's Make a Print Monday! "If you've ever wanted your work to live on, to have a bigger impact than it does by just sharing it on Facebook and if you want those pixels on screen to become something real, something you can hold in your hands, something that will make you feel great inside, make the most of today," he writes.
  • I'm Confused So Are You Thom Hogan writes. Both Nikon and Olympus are the ones confusing us. Because they themselves are confused, he argues.
  • Julieanne Kost will present a free webinar on her 20 Favorite Tips for Lightroom Classic this Thursday, Nov. 19 at 9:30 a.m. PT. "I'll cover tips that will help you increase your productivity, elevate your creativity and streamline your workflow when importing, editing and organizing your photographs in both the Library and Develop modules," she writes. Registration required.
  • Kevin Raber reviews The Worst Camera Ever: Light 16. "The camera design, user interface and software were simply deception by the company, for those users that took the risk and invested in these promised and undelivered features," he writes.

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