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17 June 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 Earth, 1970s America, airline meals, Antoine Repesse, Terry Godlove and two Fujifilm images.

  • Alan Taylor presents 30 photos of The Beauty of Earth From Orbit taken from the Internation Space Station. "In the past few months, crew members of Expedition 65 have also taken some amazing photographs of our lovely planet and I wanted to share some of these unique views below," he writes.
  • In Sweltering Sidewalks: Catching the Heat in 1970s America, Paul McDonough captured "the youth of America enjoying the summer from Austin to Portland" half a century ago.
  • Nik Sennhauser misses the cuisine of Airline Meals so he makes (and photographs) them at home. He has the dishware and cutlery to go with them, too. "Nik bases his creations on photographs he took of inflight meals served on his travels to and from Europe, Asia and the U.S.," the BBC report notes.
  • Suzanne Sease features the personal project of Antoine Repesse. Inspired from socio-political issues, Repesse's 365 Unpacked focuses on "the production of waste on a daily basis."
  • In Terry Godlove Converts Stunning Vintage Lenses to New Camera Mounts, Chris Gampat interviews the Hofstra University professor who gives new life to old glass with mirrorless mounts.
  • You can download both images Derrick Story shot in Comparison Scene Captured With Fujifilm X100V and GFX 100S. They felt similar, he notes, during editing. "The big difference between the medium format GFX 100S and the cropped sensor X100V was (to no surprise!) the file size," he writes.

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