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1 February 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 women street photographers, city birds, good fire, auto tone adjustments, M1 Macs and opportunities.

  • Gaze Changers presents a few "daring, perceptive and radical" images by women street photographers over the years. The photos are on exhibit as A Female Gaze at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York until April 2.
  • In City Birds Highlight the Beauty in the Mundane, Devid Gualandris highlights the urban ornithology of Russian street photographer Eric Kogan. ""From seeing their melodic flight patterns to maneuvering around busy intersections, what makes them so special is how well they preserve their inherent nature while seamlessly blending in with the built environment," Kogan says.
  • Heidi Volpe interviews Sashwa Burrous about her spread in Modern Huntsman on Shooting Good Fire. "Oftentimes you literally have seconds to pull out your camera, compose and make an image before needing to get yourself to a safer place," she says. "It's a stark contrast from the commercial work I often do in studios where we spend hours perfecting every aspect of each image we're creating."
  • Julieanne Kost takes the mystery out of Applying Auto Tone Adjustments in Lightroom Classic.
  • Howard Oakley explains What Shouldn't You Use an M1 Series Mac For? Of particular importance to photographers, he notes, "They can't use some app plug-ins that are Intel-only unless the host app is run in Rosetta translation."
  • Among the February 2022 Opportunities Colossal lists are a couple for photographers.

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