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23 March 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 Sebastião Salgado, a Google attribution error, a 10K timelapse and Enlight.

  • Larry Rohter interviews Sebastião Salgado as the film The Salt of the Earth about his work is about to open in theaters across the United States. The interview includes a nine-image slide show of Salgado's work.
  • When is a Harold Davis rose a Georgia O'Keeffe? When you search Google for "Georgia O'Keeffe," Davis has discovered. And the mistake has already been propagated on Pinterest.
  • Joe Capra but together a 10K Timelapse demo using a PhaseOne IQ180. The 10,3328 x 7,760 images were built with hundreds of 80-megapixel stills:
  • Rob DePaolo reviews the $3.99 Enlight by Lightricks, "a very powerful, multifunctional photo editing app for the iPhone." There are lots of screen shots and before/after comparisons. "Enlight is easily capable of replacing a half dozen or more specialty apps that you may already have," he writes.

More to come...

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