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14 July 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 Nack and Krishnaswamy on Google Photos, shooting too many images, a white frame and a BorrowLenses deal.

  • Google's John Nack and Aravind Krishnaswamy were guests on This Week In Photo's The Fix to discuss "what Google Photos is all about and show how to use it to store, share, search and edit your photos."
  • "When some might shoot 500 frames, I capture 150," Derrick Story says in I Shoot Fewer Frames These Days. "Excessive frames," as he calls them, seem to be afflicting many new wedding photographers. They get the album online quickly but take forever to finish editing the Raws. Shooting less is the solution.
  • A white frame? Harold Davis shows off his Flowers of Spring's Desire, which a friend framed in white with an inner mat that matched the dominant color. Nicely done.
  • With the code SUMMEROFF20 , BorrowLenses will give you 20 percent off all rentals or add seven days to your seven-plus day rental. Placed and start your order between now and July 18 to get the discount.

More to come...

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