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18 February 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 Cretto Di Burri, slow seeing, waves, a color blind viewfinder, stock photography, value, articulated LCDs, Nikon Z firmware updates and copyright registration videos.

  • Stephanie Wade presents photos of Cretto Di Burri by German-Italian photographer Daniel Farò. On Jan. 14, 1968, an earthquake destroyed the town of Gibellina, claiming 1,150 lives. Italian artist Alberto Burri "covered what was left of the destroyed buildings and rubble, encasing the site with poured white concrete to create a topography of its ruins; honoring the harrowing loss and displacement that ensued after the earthquake."
  • In A Photographer's Guide to 'Slow Seeing' the Beauty in Everyday Nature, John Poole presents the work of Janelle Lynch. "Her implicit message is that one needs only to be still, take your time and pay close attention to find the beauty that surrounds you," he writes.
  • For his 15-image series Inside Waves, Ming Thein took nearly 3,500 images.
  • On India's 71st Republic Day, Panasonic Lumix and C Lab have announced a specially-designed viewfinder lens that helps to saturate and balance color and the #RightToColour initiative for color blind photographers:

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