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15 June 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 AP's Week in Pictures, James Casebere, an iPhone 12 image, theater shots and corporate communications.

  • The Associated Press showcases its Week in Pictures: Global curated by AP photo editor Michael Sohn in Berlin.
  • In Water Rises Around Vibrant Architectural Models, Grace Ebert features James Casebere's Seeds of Time, which features his signature constructed photography, in which he builds miniature models that he photographs on a table in his studio.
  • Pay Phone, shot by Aleesha Coker on an iPhone 12 in Portrait mode, is an image of her little sisters behind the glass of the phone booth. "When my little sisters gaze at the camera in this way, I'm reminded of how much they trust me," she says. It's part of the Street Life exhibition, David Hill Gallery in London through June 22.
  • Kirk Tuck goes Back Into the Theater for some afternoon fun. "I only packed a couple of cameras; both Leica SLs," he writes. "I was feeling lazy and pretty much determined to shoot everything with the Leica 24-90mm zoom lens." In addition to the color slide show he converted Jill on the Piano to black-and-white.
  • Adam Engst reflects on The Ineffable Importance of Corporate Communications after Slack, Bartender and Adobe stumble over themselves. "Just as important communications from a large or publicly traded company should be run by Legal, noteworthy changes to legal agreements should be evaluated by at least PR and possibly also people who can represent user opinion," he writes.

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