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10 November 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 tomorrow's workflow, copyright, Affinity Photos for Windows and what to wear.

  • In So Much Denial About Workflow, Thom Hogan suggest many "photo enthusiasts ... still want to use command keys in a text-based DOS system instead of a modern windowed and graphical OS" when it comes to their imaging workflow. Moving images from cards will disappear, he predicts, and photographers will be posting images instantaneously.
  • Attorney Carolyn Wright lists Five Things to Know When Taking Photos (which people often get wrong, we hasten to add). They illustrate some of the key points of both copyright and privacy issues.
  • You can sign up now for the free beta release of Affinity Photos for Windows.
  • In Photographer's Dress Code -- What to Wear to a Photo Shoot, Suzi Pratt lists a few classics (what, no vest?) before suggesting how to find out when you don't know (three letters, begins with an 'a').

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