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26 October 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 one compelling shot, zombies taking vows, WaterAid, Dave Williams, a Godox event setup and the Fujifilm X-T4.

  • In The One Shot That Changed Everything, the Guardian previews contributions from The Photograph That Changed My Life by curator Zelda Cheatle. "From Don McCullin to Alec Soth and Joy Gregory, photographers pick the image that cast a spell on them -- and made them reconsider their own way of doing things."
  • Joe McNally doesn't shoot weddings much but he was there to see Zombies Getting Hitched.
  • In collaboration with 1854/British Journal of Photography, WaterAid has commissioned Wata Na Life, a new work from Sierra Leonean collage artist, Ngadi Smart on Sierra Leone's complex battle with the impacts of global warming. Three new photographic projects will be commissioned to explore how the climate crisis makes it harder to access basic human rights to clean water, decent sanitation and personal hygiene.
  • I Did a Thing, Dave Williams confesses. "I was exploring and noticed a desolate building absent of a roof, but when I went inside I found a couple of wooden boats and some paintings," he writes. "There was a bare picture frame on the wall. It looked sad. It looked like it needed a little something." He had just what it needed.
  • Kirk Tuck experiments with a Godox AD200 with a Godox X1T trigger on his Leica for an upcoming event photography gig.
  • After three months, Jason Row likes his Fujifilm X-T4 and isn't shy with his praise.

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