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21 May 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 Latin American photography, four photo bags, a D750 firmware update you can't refuse and old photos mapped to New York City.

  • James Estrin look at The Best Latin American Photography from winners of the third Pictures of the Year Latin America contest. "We are seeing more experimental work," contest co-founder Corral Vega said. "The young photographers move freely between art and journalism and take all kinds of artistic and conceptual freedoms to explore our political and social issues."
  • Bags are in the air this week. Derrick Story praises the Vanguard Havana 21 while Mike Johnston discusses a Filson Harvey and compares a Tenba and Ona
  • "Camera operation is now more reliable," Nikon promises after you apply its D750 firmware update. Well, one would hope.
  • OldNYC maps historical photos from the New York Public Library to their street locations like a wayback Google street view.

More to come...

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