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15 December 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 Jane Dickson's mosaics, Lightroom's Capture settings, three lens deals and how to say no to working for free.

  • And now for something fun. The N.Y. Times Lens blog is Calling All Party People in Times Square to take a photo of Jane Dickson's mosaics (there are 68 of them) on the walls of the subway walkway connecting the Port Authority to Times Square. Then post your photo with the hashtag #tsqrevelers.
  • In Taking Advantage of Lightroom's Capture Settings, Julieanne Kost walks you through Lightroom's Capture settings including DNG and Pro mode, providing control over shutter speed, ISO, and focus:
  • Derrick Story found Three Great Year-End Lens Deals: the $319 Canon EF 85mm f1.8, the $699 Olympus ED 12-49 f2.8 Pro and the $698 Panasonic G X Vario 1-35 f2.8.
  • Jessica's Client Email Helper is a "handy tool to help you say 'no' to free and low-budget work and to help ask for more favorable contract terms before the start of a project." And who doesn't need that?

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