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15 July 2013

In this recurring column, we'll 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 (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at Neil Steiberg's photos, Light Blue, AccuRaw and VueScan.

  • Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg blogs about his photos, "I'm taking these photos, not as a protest or statement, as my friend also suggested, but out of necessity, because I have no choice, and I'm trying to do a good job because I want them to be interesting -- I like patterns, juxtapositions, curious images. Readers also like pictures, I believe, they help the words go down, and I'm hoping to create a blog that readers like." The topic is a "sore subject where I work," he notes.
  • The £295 Light Blue [MW] photography business management software includes a ground-up redesign with a cloud-based sync system and iOS companion apps.
  • Alexander McGuffog has updated his $29.99 AccuRaw 1.1 with faster screen updates plus support for the Canon 100D/700D/1D C/A3300, Fuji SL1000/HS50EXR, Nikon E700/E800/P330, Samsung NX300/NX1100/NX2000, Sony NEX-3N/SLT-A58, Olympus XZ10 and Panasonic G6/GF6.
  • Hamrick Software has released VueScan 9.2.22 [LMW] with support for 10 Samsung scanners, Epson Expression 1600 manual focus, HP LaserJet M2727nf duplex scanning and fixes for Canon, Epson, HP and Plustek scanners. Nope, not the Plustek OpticFilm 120 (yet).

More to come...

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