Monday Missive — April 11, 2022


They say everything looks better with odd numbers of things. But sometimes I put even numbers — just to upset the critics.” — Bob Ross

However you think it should be, that’s exactly how it should be.” — Bob Ross

In addition to documenting the news and capturing the first visual draft of history unfolding, many photojournalists hope and think and believe that the work they do will provoke some kind of change.” — Kathy Ryan, NY Times Director of Photography

Photoessays/Bodies of Work
— Jeffrey Wolin: Faces of homelessness Includes an interesting discussion of photographic ethics with regard to photographing people who aren’t at their best.
— Ukrainian railway in the dark
— Jakob De Boer: The sounds our ancestors heard This has arrows on left and right, and alternates text and image.
— Shadows in the city
— Philip Montogemery’s coverage of the pandemic We’ve seen a lot of images of the pandemic, but this goes deeper and broader.

— Creating workflows in Bridge This could work really well to automatically re-size and change formats for competitions, upload to social media or other submissions.
— David DuChemin: Selecting your best images Some thoughtful discussion on what your selection process could look like and how it can improve your images.
— Adobe Super Resolution Also compares AI Gigapixel and ON1 Resize

Field and Studio
— Cityscapes

— 5 images from David Hume Kennerly Only 5 images but . . . WOW!

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