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7 May 2024

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 Met Gala, Phil Chang, Sausalito's houseboats, photojournalist workflow and the new iPad Pros.

  • Amir Hamja and Nina Westervelt captured 20 Unforgettable Looks at the Met Gala (gift link).
  • In Made to Fade, Erin Migdol explores Phil Chang's series Unfixed Works, in which the instability of the photographs is the art. "Chang created a method for making photographs that look ordinary at first, but over the course of a few hours in an exhibition, the images fade away, leaving behind blank maroon photographic paper and just a memory of what the image used to be," she writes.
  • Noah Burger photographed Sausalito's Million-Dollar Houseboats when George Kelly toured a few open houseboats on a recent Sunday.
  • A Reddit poster with 10 years of experience behind the lens is Looking to Learn About Workflows From Photojournalists. Photo Mechanic and its code replacements plus Lightroom get thumbs up.
  • Kevin Purdy covers Apple's New iPad Pros with an M4 chip inside a thinner frame in 11 and 13-inch sizes starting at $999 and $1,299 respectively. "The new iPad Pros get a 12-megapixel camera, along with LIDAR scanners and an adaptive flash that improves document scanning," he writes.

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