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14 April 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 LensCulture Portrait Awards, Debora Lombardi, Portrait of Humanity winners, Napoli, the iPhone Macro Challenge, Truth in Photography, still life, Apple's Studio Display and Color Notes.

  • LensCulture has announced 39 winning photographers of its Portrait Awards 2022. "Many of the winners and finalists used portraiture as a jumping off point to explore complex ideas about individual rights and freedoms, social or political movements, the fusing of technology with our identities, notions of intimacy and acceptance, loneliness, climate change, tenderness, love and more," the editors write.
  • Grace Ebert showcases Single Flowers Glow With Radiant, Saturated Color captured by Debora Lombardi using ultraviolet light. "The Italy-based designer and photographer splashes single flowers with the radiation, unveiling an entire spectrum of colors otherwise invisible to the human eye: saturated purple and blue tones delineate the veins in a leaf and yellows add a neon-like glow to stamen rich with pollen, transforming the blooms into otherworldly specimens," she writes.
  • Mee-Lai Stone presents this year's Portrait of Humanity prize winners.
  • Suzanne Sease features the Napoli Street Photography personal project of John McDermott. "It is a city which is a non-stop theater of life with a population and culture that is warm, open and vibrant. And fun," he writes.
  • Apple announced the winners of its iPhone Macro Challenge yesterday. The 10 winning photos were taken with the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
  • Truth in Photography has released its Spring 2022 Edition with two free online exhibitions: Conflict Photography and Scale and Multiplicity.
  • Jasenka Grujin showcases Five Outstanding Still Life Photographers from 500px.
  • In Studio Display Does Not Work With Older Versions of MacOS, posters explore the operating system requirements of Apple's new monitor.
  • In Color Notes, Howard Oakley begins a new series of articles"examining a rich variety of topics centered on color in visual arts."

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