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19 May 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 the Milky Way, Simone Bossi, Images for Humanity and a first world problem.

  • Capture the Atlas has announced its Milky Way Photographer of the Year winners. "Buckle up because this trip is going to take you from the remote deserts of Xingjian, Atacama and Utah to the unfamiliar landscapes of Tibet, Australia and New Zealand, passing by spectacular glaciers, volcanoes, mountains, beaches always with the Milky Way shining in the sky," the company advises.
  • In Capturing the Soul of a Space, Devid Gualandris asks architectural photographer Simone Bossi 20 questions. "Using his sensory acuity, critical eye and excellent knowledge of color, the photographer creates his compelling works through a slow and rigorous process, something that takes patience and practice to perfect," he writes.
  • Anne Telford tells how Andy Anderson and Max Hirshfeld launched Images for Humanity to Raise Funds for the Ukrainian Red Cross. "To view works that are available for a donation, visit Images for Humanity's Web site," she writes.
  • Jim Kasson admits it's a first world problem but he burned some brain cells Uncurling the Leica Q2 Monochrom Strap.

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