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21 January 2022

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 the America in Crisis exhibit, Andrew Waits, Charles Brooks, film vs. digital, prints and an Epson rebate.

  • The Guardian presents selections from America in Crisis, an exhibit organized by Saatchi Gallery of "40 leading American photographers and more than 120 works exploring social change in the U.S. from the 1960s to the present day." The exhibit runs until April 3.
  • Stephanie Wade features the black-and-white series Aporia by Californian photographer Andrew Waits. "The confounding nature of the urban landscape and the cognitive gymnastics needed to justify or rationalize, it leads the viewer in and out of this purgative realm," Waits explains. "A desire to explore the underpinnings of such an environment and how it demonstrates itself on one's psyche, is at the core of this work."
  • Architecture in Music is a series by New Zealand photographer and musician Charles Brooks that photographs the insides of musical instruments using a Laowa 24mm Probe lens on a Lumix S1R and using focus stacking to "ensure that the photo is sharp from front to back."
  • An Adobe blog post asks Film vs. Digital: What Difference Does It Make? The post lists the pros and cons of each option. One intriguing alternative, of course, is to shoot analog and edit digitally after a film scan.
  • Zenfolio's Cheryl Dell'Osso lists Four Great Ways to Sell More Photo Prints "Selling photo prints is a great way to expand your business, revenue and potentially even your client base," she writes.
  • Epson is offering $200 mail-in rebates on its SureColor P700 and SureColor P900 models through Jan. 31.

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