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13 August 2019

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 Golfo Paradiso, the Berlin Wall, learning, shooting wildlife and camera lifespans.

  • Sebastian Modak provides a few sparkling Scenes From an Italian Summer spent in Liguria's Golfo Paradiso.
  • Remembering the Berlin Wall marks the 58th anniversary (to the day) of the work order issued for the wall that stood for 30 years.
  • Dave Williams remembers Learning to Shoot as a teenager. No, wait. He's still learning, he adds. "The truth is, moving on from then to now, that I'm still learning," he notes. You're not alone, Dave.
  • Wildlife photographer Melissa Groo list five principles to follow in How to Photograph Wildlife Ethically. "These basic principles provide a starting point," she writes. "It's up to each of us to build common sense and compassion into our practice."
  • Remember That Camera You Really Loved? Kirk Tuck asks. He remembers how he built a system around a used Fujifilm X-H1. "The more I shot with the X-H1 the more I realized that if this model were to disappear and not be replaced by a camera similarly aimed at the professional market I'd be stuck," he starts to worry. So he bought two more bodies.

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