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9 May 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 Anahit Hayrapetyan, staying relevant, London blitz composites and setting up a local folder for Lightroom mobile.

  • "I look like me in that place," Armenian photographer Anahit Hayrapetyan told James Estrin in A Mountain Village Beckons in Nagorno-Karabakh about her ancestral village Khtsaberd. The series of 21 photos will make you forget all about selfies and start thinking about generational portraiture.
  • Kirk Tuck has a though about staying relevant in rebuttal to fellow photographers who thinks he switches gear too frequently. Includes a rather scathing appraisal of the Nikon 5D/500D option and sound advice about how to buy and when to sell. If you want to make money in this business.
  • in London During the Blitz: Then and Now Photographs, Alan Taylor presents 12 composite images Jim Dyson made with black-and-white stills of the eight-month siege and color shots of the current landscape.
  • Scott Kelby (courtesy of Terry White) shows you how to assign a local folder to sync your camera photos in Lightroom. It's a preference in the Lightroom mobile tab.

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