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20 November 2015

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 (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at two slide shows at the Atlantic, living in public housing, an AdoramaPix flash sale and two discounts from LensRentals.

  • The Atlantic published two slide shows today. We wonder if they aren't two sides to one coin. In Inside a Japanese Internment Camp, Emily Anne Epstein presents some rarely-seen images from Ansel Adams' Manzanar series. And in Scenes From the American West, 150 Years Ago, he presents photographer Andrew J. Russell's images documenting the construction of the Union Pacific Railway in Wyoming and Utah.
  • In An Affordable Place of One's Own, Kenneth Rosen presents 15 images from sociology professor and photographer David Schalliol's contribution to a new book from Princeton University Press on public housing. The first photo says it all: the walls are a gallery of images and the coffee table covered in framed family photos.
  • AdoramaPix is running a flash sale this Sunday and Monday. Save 40 percent on calendars with the code PXAFCAL40 and get a 5x7 flat greeting card for 45 cents with the code PXACARD.
  • LensRentals is offering 25 percent off all rentals (with the code BLACKFRIDAY) and 10 percent off purchases from LensAuthority starting Nov. 25 at 8:30 a.m. CT.

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