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2 March 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 Bruce Haley, Will Burrad-Lucas, Caitlin Fullam, AaronVan, March opportunities and Michele McNally.

  • In Frozen Assets, Bruce Haley describes his images of the San Joaquin Valley, his childhood home, as a world of "lost hopes and dead dreams."
  • Will Burrad-Lucas tells Graeme Green his best photograph was of A Black Panther at Night. "It was an incredible moment: such a rare creature photographed in the black of night," he says.
  • On the Creative Cloud blog, Santa Cruz photographer Caitlin Fullam shares her Lightroom present for her dreamy, ethereal style.
  • In So You Want to Be a Commercial Photographer?, AaronVan shares the lessons he's learned since he made the decision to be a commercial photographer seven years ago.
  • Colossal lists a number of March 2022 Opportunities for photographers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies.
  • We note the passing of Michele McNally. McNally "elevated photojournalism at The New York Times as its director of photography and later as a top newsroom manager in a 14-year tenure that brought the paper six Pulitzer Prizes for news and feature photography," Sam Roberts writes in her obituary.

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