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23 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 objects of affection, PhotoNOLA, Justine Kurland and a free course for beginners.

  • Mike Johnston reveals a Baker's Dozen picks from his Objects of Affection call for reader submissions. Each includes a background story as well.
  • Jonathan Blaustein continues his survey of the Best Work From PhotoNOLA with work by Laurie Peek, Vikesh Kapoor, Pam Connolly, Peter Hiatt and Sarrah Danziger.
  • As The Woman Who's Reworking the Photography Canon, photographer Justine Kurland has sliced and collaged images from 150 famous photo books by white male photographers from Brassa├» to Stephen Shore "It's about the glue as well as the scissors," she says. "For me, it is a reparative act rather than a destructive one."
  • Scott Kelby is offering Beginner's Start Here, his online course for new photographers, for free when you sign up for the free level KelbyOne membership.

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