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17 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 the Paddy Irishman Project, slime molds, the Edge of Texas, the new Apple Studio Display, frame averaging, changing a scene, cleaning your gear and Critics' Choice 2022.

  • Ross O'Callaghan presents his The Paddy Irishman Project in which he photographed men named Paddy, Patrick or Pat from all walks of life to capture what it's like to be an Irish male in contemporary Ireland.
  • Grace Ebert features The Spectacular Diversity of Slime Molds photographed in macro by U.K.-based photographer Barry Webb. Spectacular indeed.
  • Suzanne Sease features the Edge of Texas, the personal project of John Dyer. "In the fall of 2018, it occurred tome that it might be interesting to see how people live at the very edges of our state," he says. "Culture, geography, accents, demographics ... all differ a great deal from East Texas to West Texas. From the Rio Grande to the Oklahoma border."
  • In A Welcome Return, Jason Snell reviews the new Apple Studio Display. "I've been waiting for this display for years now," he writes. He isn't disappointed.
  • Lloyd Chambers describes how Frame Averaging should work on every camera. Because "the whole goal is a single Raw file that is the averaged frame having ultra low noise and therefore very high real dynamic range."
  • The Creative Cloud blog details several ways to Set a New Scene in Seconds with Photoshop.
  • Dahlia Ambrose lists Seven Tutorials on How to Clean Your Photography Gear.
  • LensCulture is now accepting entires to his Critics' Choice 2022 awards "designed to maximize exposure and opportunities for talented photographers who are ready for the global stage and international markets." The deadline is April 20.

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