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11 December 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 hopeful images, Kabul, Fujifilm deals, free glitch effects and Ken Whitmire.

  • Alan Taylor presents 30 Hopeful Images From 2021. "This has been another difficult year and moments of joy could be hard to find," he writes. "Yet there were still moments of happiness, fun and love." Of course there were.
  • Inside the Fall of Kabul (gift link) is illustrated with photographs by Jim Hylebroek with text by Matthieu Aikins.
  • Mike Johnston found a Screamin' Sale on Fuji LF. That starts with the 50R, a 51-Mp medium format camera for $3,000, which is a $1,500 discount. Body only.
  • Latvian creative agency Supply Family has created a set of free Glitch Effects for Photoshop. Complete instructions at the link.
  • Gavin Seim remembers his mentor Ken Whitmire emphasizing tonality in What He Taught Me:

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