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25 May 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 Shahzad Bhiwandiwala, Joe McNally, bad weather, theft and photography jobs.

  • Heidi Volpe interviews Shahzad Bhiwandiwala about his Indian Renaissance project, "a 'what if' scenario where Indian royals were inspired by the European renaissance, specifically the high renaissance period and how that historic change would have translated to modern day Indian fashion." Here's a behind-the-scenes video of the project:
  • In A Portrait in Time and Place, Joe McNally shoots period fashion for the Bridgerton TV series with actress and model Kelly Mulvihill.
  • Dave Williams shows how Bad Weather Makes Great Photography. "The contrast between the dingy clouds and bright, setting sun is particularly beautiful and offers us unique opportunities to shoot something that could be an 'everyday' scene with great backgrounds," he writes.
  • I Was Robbed in San Francisco While the Cameras Rolled, Jefferson Graham writes. "I have more amazing memories of great times in the City by the Bay than bad ones," he writes, putting the experience in perspective. Theft is a career move for some people in any urban area. And always has been. So, as Graham writes, "Be careful!"
  • PhotoShelter is offering the free publication 45 Places to Find Photography Jobs in 2021. Requires your email.

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