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15 October 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 Lightroom's tone curves, the Wirecutter's printer recommendation, VueScan and a new Configurator panel for Photoshop CC.

  • George Jardine explains Lightroom's Tone Curves has as much to do with contrast as brightness. "With the Tone Curve," he writes, "the two go hand in hand."
  • The Wirecutter agrees the Epson R3000 is the best photo inkjet printer. But then, they asked us.
  • Hamrick Software has released VueScan 9.3.12 [LMW] with improved automatic detection of text/color scans, support for the Epson V550 plus Canon MG5500/MG6400/MG6500?MG7100, some interface improvements and problem fixes.
  • Adobe has released Photoshop CC Features, a free Configurator panel to "explore, try out and learn the new and enhanced tools and features in Photoshop CC."

More to come...

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