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29 March 2016

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 a review of international work, 70-200mm zooms, non-destructive editing in Google Photos for Android and a BorrowLenses discount.

  • A Family's Loss, Mexico's Tragedy features the work of Mexican photographer Yael Martínez focused on two of his brothers-in-law, Ignacio and David, who disappeared in Iguala i 2013. This week Lens is featuring photographers from around the world who are attending the fourth annual New York portfolio review. Yesterday Muyi Xiao' Teenage Marriage and Parenthood in China was highlighted.
  • Roger Cicala, Aaron Closz and Brandon Dube look at three 70-200mm f4 zooms from Canon, Nikon and Sony. "All three lenses really do pretty well," Cicala writes.
  • Google Photos 1.17 now supports non-destructive editing on Android.
  • BorrowLenses is offering a 10 percent discount when you rent a package.

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