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7 June 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 D-Day in color, Milad Safabakhsh, Wacom Intuos, Rosa Furneaux and the Lucie Emerging Scholarships.

  • Rare Color Photos of D-Day collects a few restored color images of the largest invasion by sea in history.
  • In Minimalism and Milad Safabakhsh, Alyssa Coppelman talks to the Iranian photographer about his surreal images inspired by the work of photographers Jerry Uelsmann and Michael Kenna.
  • Wacom Intuos Review looks at the new $80 to $200 budget Intuos series with 4,096 levels of pressure-sensitive pen control on 7- or 10-inch tablets.
  • Rosa Furneaux has been awarded the Dorothea Lange Fellowship for 2018 at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. In this interview she discusses how the fellowship will allow her to photograph girls and young women in Kenya who have been pushed into sex work by climate change.
  • The Lucie Emerging Scholarships are open to photographers 18 years and older, worldwide, enrolled as a student, in the first five years of their photography career, or who does not earn the majority of their income from photography. Deadline is June 15.

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