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25 August 2017

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 a drone over Georgia, Nick Rains, Tuck on the D850, a Humans of New York docuseries and a book on vintage clothing.

  • In Over Georgia, Last Drone Photos Before Regulation, Alan Taylor presents 20 photos by photographer Amos Chapple, working for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, of "one last aerial photo tour" before European-style drone restrictions kick in.
  • Nick Rains talks about Seeing the World in Black and White and shares some tips for travel photographers. Those include 1) enjoy the trip and 2) pack less gear than you think you need.
  • Kirk Tuck shares his Thoughts About the Nikon D850. A medium-format killer but a Chevy Impala compared to sprightly EVF mirrorless cameras that can do 4K video.
  • The 12-episode docuseries Humans of New York, based on photographer Brandon Stanton's blog, will debut on Facebook's new platform, The Watch, next week.
  • The 256-page Tales of Endearment is a collection of photos and stories by Natalie Joos of the vintage clothing scene. The people who love vintage come from all walks of life but share a motivation to celebrate the past from 1970s rock and roll t-shirts to Edwardian morning jackets, mod suede skirts to one-of-a-kind accessories.

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