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11 September 2013

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 (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at lens perfection, Zack Arias, JAlbum and PrintLife.

  • Roger Cicala insists There Is No Perfect Lens in his discussion of sample variation in our beloved optics. Turns out you can't tell, though because "all the numbers in the world can't tell you what a picture taken with the lens looks like."
  • At APhotoEditor, photographer Zack Arias talks about his trip to Cuba and how Cuban photographers manage despite some imposing obstacles.
  • The newest release of the $35 JAlbum [LMW] adds keyword editing in thumbnail view, faster album uploads, account profile renaming, support for recently-added variables in the embedded editor, API updates and more.
  • Chronos has released its $49.99 PrintLife 1.1.2 [M] with support for double-sided documents, editing double-sided business cards, a Template Chooser category for vertical double-sided business cards and improved thumbnails in the Template Chooser window.

More to come...

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