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What We Learned This Week: Hawaii Officials Tell Wedding Photographers to Stop Taking Couples to Sacred Spots

By David Schonauer   Friday October 22, 2021

Weddings are sacred. But Hawaii officials have told wedding photographers to stop taking couples to dangerous or sacred spots, noted The Sacramento Bee recently. The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources recently issued cease-and-desist orders to two local wedding photography companies for taking photos at state park locations without required permits. The orders were issued after state officials found images of off-limit locations …   Read the full Story >>

Agenda: Photographer Gillian Laub on 'Family Matters,' at ICP, Oct. 27

International Center of Photography   Friday October 22, 2021

We recently spotlighted photographer Gillian Laub’s series “Family Matters,” which documents the political divide within her own family. Laub, noted for looking at political and psychological unrest around the world, came to realize that her work was “inextricably linked to the complex and loving relationships she had been chronicling in her own family for more than  two decades,” notes the ICP, which will feature the photographer in discussion with psychoanalyst Dr. Orna Guralnik, therapist of the Showtime series Couples Therapy on Oct. 27. (You can attend in person or online.)   Read the full Story >>

Trending: Photo Exhibitions on Society's Marginalized

The New York Times   Friday October 22, 2021

From New York to Los Angeles, Black, L.G.B.T.Q., Native American and women artists are exhibiting works that highlight their communities and personal perspectives, notes The New York Times, which surveys new photo shows including “Inward: Reflections on Interiority” at the International Center of Photography in New York. Also highlighted: “Requiems: Reframing History through the Photographic Lens,” at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, which explores “some of the most turbulent moments of the 20th century.”   Read the full Story >>

Tech News: Adobe Announces 2022 Updates For Photoshop Elements, with AI

DIYPhotography   Friday October 22, 2021

Adobe has announced the release of both Photoshop Elements 2022 and Premiere Elements 2022. Both use new Adobe Sensei AI-powered features, which according to Adobe will “take your photos and videos to new creative heights.” DIY Photography looks at the new features, including a warp tool, creative motion overlays, and more.   Read the full Story >>

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