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30 September 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 photos from an incredible week, Laura Zaleng, Prague in monochrome and cataract surgery.

  • If there was ever a week for Photos of the Week, this was it. Alan Taylor found 35 unforgettable images, starting with the very first. Which you may forget when see the last. Because along the way, an awful lot happened this week.
  • In Laura Zalenga and the Photography of Feeling, Jenny Carless interviews the German photographer who shoots with a Sony a7R II and isn't shy about composition images in Photoshop. ",They are the perfect tools to help me create what's on my mind and in front of my eye," she says.
  • Ming Thein presents the third part of his Prague Monochromes. "What I saw and tried to capture, was transition. Maybe this is the new normal, everywhere," he wonders.
  • Jim Kasson takes A Personal Look at Metameric Failure after double cataract surgery this month. For two weeks he "got to walk around comparing the colors with the treated versus those with the untreated eye." He worried that the color edits he'd done over the past decade might look wrong, even horrifying. "Fortunately, there appears to be no problem," he reports.

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