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18 October 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 Memories in Photos for iOS, Self Composed at SFMOMA, Matt Eich and copyright.

  • Christian Zibreg explains How to use Memories in Photos for iOS. It's a pretty comprehensive tutorial, explaining Photos has to scan your photo library on each device (which takes a while) before it can group images into slide shows and movies.
  • In SFMOMA and Adobe Rethink the Selfie, Keir Winesmith, who is the head of Web and digital platforms at SFMOMA, recalls how the two institutions came up with Self Composed, one of three interactive exhibits in the museum's new Photography Interpretive Gallery.
  • In I spent 10 years photographing Appalachia, Matt Eich describes his experience shooting in Ohio. "What I have discovered transcends any stereotype -- despite circumstances, these proud Americans persevere and cling to family, community and land with an admirable tenacity."
  • Ed Greenberg and Jack Reznicki of the Copyright Zone gave an hour-long online presentation with X-Rite recently and have just released the audio. "We had good questions and questionable answers, but we think you'll still get a lot of great info when you listen," they say.

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