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31 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 Photoshop's Stack mode, a Harold Davis interview, an introduction to Lightroom mobile and stolen consumer data.

  • Kevin Raber shows how to use Photoshop's PhotoMerge, Smart Objects and Stack mode for Making People and Other Things Go Away. In the old days, we just used a shutter speed of several minutes.
  • The PicsaStock Blog interviews Harold Davis "on the growing technology in the world of photography right now, the usability of iPhone cameras and what it takes to create original photos that set you apart."
  • In An Introduction to Lightroom Mobile, Julieanne Kost work with a desktop Collection on your mobile devices. See the page for more of her Lightroom mobile videos.
  • Despite the alarms going off at various clickfarms, Stolen Consumer Data Is a Smaller Problem Than It Seems. "Only a tiny number of people exposed by leaks end up paying any costs, and for the rare victims who do, the average cost has actually been falling steadily," Nathaniel Popper reports.

More to come...

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