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13 March 2021

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 heartbreakers, sharpness, pronunciation, taking photos, making money and VKO strap connectors.

  • Jim Powell presents Twenty Photographs of the Week covering, among other subjects, "Myanmar, International Women's Day, Mardi Gras in Sydney and the enduring impact of Covid-19." Many of them heart-breaking.
  • In The Ongoing Obsession With Lens Sharpness, Derrick Story suggests sharpness isn't all it's cracked up to be. "Lenses are the paint brushes of our art," he writes. "Their color qualities and rendering vary, and those differences can be used to create a more expressive image."
  • Comments to Mike Johnston's German Pronunciation of German Camera and Lens Names are, themselves, worth the visit. One reader, apprised of the correct way to say Voigtländer, admits, "Wow, I was really off. I've been pronouncing it COSE-EE-NA for the last 15 years."
  • Myles Matsuno new Why I Love Photography series begins with Altadena pastor and photographer Terry Fouche discussing why he takes photos:

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