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8 January 2018

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 Jason Peterson, a Jason Peterson, flower photography, prints and family photographs.

  • The art director Jason Peterson is Mr. Consistent with over a million Instagram followers of his monochrome images. "I have tried to develop a photo style that is as much graphic as it is photographic," he says. "I love simple, strong and dark images that make you feel something."
  • Zach Sutton plays around with a rare Jason Peterson. His conclusion? It's "the best worst lens I've ever used."
  • In Red Tulips, Harold Davis points out that while flowers a beautiful and blossoms special, stems and leaves are what make it all possible.
  • In What to Do With Prints?, Jim Kasson remembers all the things he used to do with them before admitting, "I guess I don't have a good answer to the question."
  • Kirk Tuck spent a week at his parents' house looking at All the Family Photographs. It put things in perspective. "I've come to realize that, with family photographs, it's all about the memories that the images convey," he writes. "They don't stand alone but are forever locked with meaning by the context of our own histories."

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