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29 December 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 year in pictures, Emilio Morenatti, one camera and one lens all year, mirrorless expectations and an underappreciated camera system.

  • The New York Times revisits The Year in Pictures (gift article). "With this collection, we recognize our photographers for their outstanding work around the world, and hope you will understand more about their thinking and their day-to-day processes as they explain, in their own words, how they got the story," Executive Editor Joseph Kahn writes in the introduction.
  • In 2022 Seen Through the Lens of Emilio Morenatti, Alan Taylor presents 31 photos by the Associated Press's chief photographer for Spain and Portugal, who has spent the past year documenting important news stories across Europe.
  • In Be It Resolved, Mike Johnston decides to shoot with one camera and one lens all year, which is not much of a resolution considering he bought the gear of his dreams. He illustrates the piece with a shot of his bathroom sink taken with the proposed equipment and an iPhone shot of the setup.
  • Thom Hogan reveals What to Expect in 2023 in mirrorless cameras. "The one thing I think I do know is that we won't see the same sluggish start to 2023 for new products as we did in 2022," he writes.
  • Kirk Tuck muses about An Underappreciated Camera System, his Leica CL, and wonders if Panasonic might jump into the void Leica left when it discontinued its APS-C effort.

More to come! Meanwhile, here's a look back. And please support our efforts...

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