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12 September 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 Suzanne Plunkett, iPhone 7 photos from the sidelines, a Martian mountain and wedding photography tips.

  • "Amid the horror of 9/11, taking this photograph changed my life," Suzanne Plunkett says as she remembers "snatching 1/200th of a second of clarity from the chaos to come."
  • Sports Illustrated photographer David E. Klutho shares his iPhone 7 Plus Photos from the Titans-Vikings Game. The first thing we noticed was that they were oversaturated. And the second thing was the blown highlights. ESPN photographer Landon Nordeman tried the iPhone 7 at the US Open with similar results.
  • NASA has released images taken by Curiousity Rover as it makes an assault on a Martian mountain. "Curiosity is not just sightseeing, but also sampling the chemistry of the mudstone in the valley. The rover is trying to understand when Mars had environments able to support simple life forms, if any ever existed."
  • Wedding photographer Sasha Yevelev has a few tips for taking the best wedding photos. The 27 images in the slide show are all in San Francisco but you can use the tips anywhere.

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