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19 April 2021

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 Laura Pannack, Josh Edgoose, Lightroom beginner tips, the Canon EOS R6, assaults on journalists, adapting a lens, the GFX 100S sensor, a personality study and Charles (Chuck) Geschke.

  • "British social documentary and portrait photographer Laura Pannack's stirring series Baruch follows a young Israeli man named Baruch, who has left his ultra-conservative Hasidic Jewish community to look for his place in the world," Stephanie begins. "With this work, Pannack seeks to explore the complex relationship between subject and photographer with a truly empathetic lens."
  • In Color, Comedy and Coincidence in London, Tim Adams tells the story behind one of the images in Josh Edgoose's new book Brilliant Parade. "After an hour or two in the drizzle, in which he fielded questions from curious passers-by, the woman walked into his frame with the 'right kind of silvery blue tones' and he had his picture," he writes.
  • Adobe has published Benjamin Warde's Beginner Lightroom: Editing Tips covering one-click edits, advanced tools and fixing photos for newbies:

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