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30 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 a week in Santa Fe, Mumler's double exposure, Jessica Auer and Storee Elle Walton.

  • Kirk Tuck spent A Wacky Week in Santa Fe. "While I think the best image quality came from the S5 and the big lens combo I have to say that the highest degree of photographic enjoyment most certainly came from the GH6 mated with the Olympus 12-45mm," he writes.
  • Mike Johnston ends his follow-up piece on Books of Lincoln Photographs with William H. Mumler's spiritualist photo of Mary Todd Lincoln with Lincoln's "ghost" appearing behind her. Except, you know, the hands on her dark clothing prove it was merely a double exposure. "Maybe we could say that a Photoshopped digital file has been 'Mumlered,'" Johnston suggests.
  • Grace Holiday talks to Jessica Auer about a Spontaneous Snap in Iceland taken in the first week of lockdown.
  • Kid Photographer Storee Elle Walton shot 10 weddings and projects 20 to 30 on her books this year. She's eight years old. And shoots with a Nikon D90.

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