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30 January 2020

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 the sun, Graeme Haunholter, Nancy Newberry, Brandin Cooks with Brian Bowen Smith, Charles Haine and the end of PDN.

  • In Inouye Solar Telescope: First Light, the National Science Foundation presents the first stills and video of the sun from its new telescope in Hawaii. The telescope can capture images showing three times more detail than before.
  • Stephanie Wade shows how color, geometry, and urban spaces dominate the compelling and vivid work of Canadian photographer Graeme Haunholter. "A sense of silence permeates the photographer's curious work, where unexpected details and empty urban environments speak most loudly to him," she writes.
  • In Restaging the Spaghetti Western, Nancy Newberry talks about her photograph of two sisters in red band uniforms before a pink fence. It launched her project Smoke Bombs and Border Crossings.
  • Moments in Monochrome is a an interview with L.A. Rams wide receiver and budding photographer Brandin Cooks and his friend asnd entertainment/portraiture photographer Brian Bowen Smith.
  • In How Lighting Is Evolving With NoFilmSchool's Charles Haine, Haine tells Ryan Hill "how consumers can help shape the future of sustainable lighting, apps with UX/UI worth your time and certain lighting apps he considers to be 'total screaming garbage.'"
  • Emerald Expositions announced some changes to its properties. Photo District News has ceased publication while Rangefinder will shift to an all-digital content hub with a WPPI exclusive edition distributed at the show this February 23-27 in Las Vegas. PhotoPlus will still be held this fall at the Javits Center, the company said.

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