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15 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 August Sander, Chris Crisman, revealing cropped areas and Apple's selfie.

  • In A New Look at August Sander's 'People of the Twentieth Century', James Estrin presents 18 photographs from the 619 acquired by the Museum of Modern Art of August Sander's People of the Twentieth Century.
  • In Chris Crisman -- Women's Work, Heidi Volpe talks to the photographer about his portraits of women with unusual jobs. The father of a four-year-old boy and two-year-old girl says, "I want to raise my children knowing that their dreams have no limits and that they have parents supporting them to dive into anything they feel passionate about."
  • When we use the Transform tool we often aren't done with our crop. Julieanne Kost explains Revealing Cropped Areas in Lightroom and Revealing Cropped Areas in Adobe Camera Raw. That gives you the option of also using a Content-Aware Fill to extend the image.
  • Apple has published the ultimate selfie with Designed by Apple in California. It's a $300 photobook of Apple designs over 20 years. There's a smaller version available for $199 for those who already blew their budget on dongles and power cables.

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