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7 August 2023

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 woven images, ideal clients, what you can get away with, underwater photography, Skylum's Juliana Chyzhova and the Z8 strap eyelet issue.

  • Berlin photographer Sabine Wild uses a weaving technique to make her digital images resemble Woven Fabric. "Because I print a photograph twice, then cut the scene once in horizontal strips and once in vertical ones, I'm automatically dealing with the details of the photographs," she says.
  • Mike Johnston reflects on The Ideal Portrait Client after a recent and happy experience. Her details four things that made it that way.
  • Thom Hogan wonders What Can You Get Away With? Quite a lot, he says, as he presents a few of Henri Cartier-Bresson's images and considers a couple of his own. "What you can't get away with is this: not having a point to the image," he writes.
  • Feroz Khan explores The Future of Underwater Photography. "We look at what factors are contributing to the rise of underwater photography globally and speak to some photographers who are experts in this genre," he begins.
  • Kevin Raber interviews Skylum Software's Juliana Chyzhova about Skylum Luminar Neo.
  • Nikon has issued a service advisory for the Z8's Strap Eyelet Issue in which "the metal camera strap eyelets in the camera may become loose or separate from the camera body." The company has identified a range of serial numbers eligible for free repair and offers a Web page to check yours.

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