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17 September 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 Cole Ndelu, Harold Davis, the Eizo CH247X monitor and portrait scramble.

  • In Raising Your Standards With Photographer Cole Ndelu, Adobe profiles one of the 40 artists it's sponsoring through its Artist Development Fund. Ndelu's project, inspired by Adobe Stock‚Äôs Celebration of Self creative brief, depicts Black women and men "in intimate, dreamy portraits and touches on themes of intimacy and sustainability."
  • In Bus Window Impressionism, Harold Davis presents two more images taken with a slow shutter through the window of an Icleandic bus.
  • Alain Briot bought an Eizo CH247X Monitor to go with his Mac Pro and wrote "a series of notes taken as I installed the monitor and discovered its features."
  • Ah, the best laid plans. Kirk Tuck's 50 portrait project for a client has run into a snag. Many of the subjects, working from home, haven't signed up to get their portraits taken at his studio. He's had to Change Gears Midway Through and set up at the office to photograph the stragglers. They have to come to the office, after all.

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