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8 April 2022

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 Visual Noise, Alphabet Truck, haboobs, portfolio development and Lensbaby's first Photowalk.

  • Visual Noise at Maryland Studio in London is a photography fair that celebrates 40 graduates whose final shows were disrupted by Covid. All profits from tickets to the April 9 and 10 event go to The Legacy of War Foundation.
  • It took Eric Tabuchi four years and thousands of miles to do it but he managed to complete his Alphabet Truck showing the letters of the alphabet one letter at a time displayed on the back end of semitrailers and tankers.
  • Photographer and storm chaser Mike Olbinski compiled some of his time-lapse video clips of haboob dust storms from 2011 to 2021 in this four-minute presentation:
  • Rocky Nook's The Photographer's Portfolio Development Workshop is based on an eight-week course taught by William Neill showing you how to create a "tightly-edited portfolio of work, no matter your end goal: a box of prints, a book, an online presentation or website, or even a gallery exhibit." Available now for pre-order as an ebook, print book or bundle.
  • Lensbaby is hosting its first Photowalk with Lensbaby Ambassadors on Saturday April 30 in seven cities.

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