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14 May 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 Julia Baier, Harry Lichtman, Joe McNally, Marc Levoy, Tony Richards, Kirk Tuck and Jason Little.

  • In Blanket Over Berlin, Berlin photographer Julia Baier shares her monochromatic images of the city in quarantine. "The longer I roam through this reduced city, the more I enjoy the silence, the friendly nodding neighbors at the windows, the loud chirping of the birds, the space on the sidewalks, the people with time," she says.
  • Harry Lichtman used a Nikon D850 and 16-35mm Nikkor at 17mm to capture Olympic Afterglow at Second Beach in Washington's Olympic National Park.
  • In Lighting in a Big Old House, Joe McNally explains how he photographed Miss Romania of 2017 in "a beautifully worn-out mansion in the city of Bucharest" using a Nikon Z 7 and a couple of Nikkors, not to mention some lighting equipment.
  • Nick Bastone reports Google's Pixel Division Undergoes Shakeup After Disappointing Launch. "The mastermind behind Google's Pixel camera, Marc Levoy, who last year showed off his team's photography advances during a Google event in New York City, left the company in March," he writes.
  • In Working With Video From Home, Videographer Tony Richards shares some tips for how to look good with remote video:

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