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25 February 2015

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 Brad Moore's DroboPro, Jeffrey Friedl's challenge, Michael Kistler's iPhone street photography and Terry O'Neill's celebrity photos.

  • "Recently the Ethernet support on my DroboPro stopped working so I thought I lost access to 12 terabytes of archived photographs," Brad Moore begins his guest blog at Photoshop Insider. Great portraits interspersed. Includes happy ending, too.
  • Jeffrey Friedl has issued a Photo-Development Challenge. "I'd like to offer a few unprocessed Raw files from my own photo archives," he explains, "with an invitation to all to process them in Adobe Lightroom, imbibing your own personal artistic senses on the photo and then send the result to me to share here with everyone." Don't miss the link to Lightroom Iron Chef Stu Maschwitz doing exactly that to 29 photos submitted by strangers.
  • Kate Wesson reveals How Michael Kistler Takes Amazing iPhone Street Photos with just the Camera app and Snapseed. And the three things he does right after he takes a shot.
  • In Shooting Stars, Suzanne Driscoll profiles Terry O'Neill's career taking celebrity photos. People like Sinatra, Paul Newman, Faye Dunaway and a few musicians from the '60s and '70s.

More to come...

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