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16 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 Russian reindeer herders, an AMA with Josh Haftel, Kost's Antarctica and black-and-white winter landscapes.

  • Alan Taylor presents 18 photos (many lovely but a few of them gruesome) of Reindeer Herders in the Russian Arctic. Culling the herd "helps to preserve the region's fragile tundra by keeping herd sizes down, while local people sell reindeer meat, hide and antlers to make a living," he explains
  • "Everything is possible," Adobe mobile photography product manager Josh Haftel writes in a Reddit Ask Me Anything session. Lots about Android, device limitations, priorities affecting development of Lightroom mobile but there's a good bit about photography in general, too.
  • Celebrating 2000 Blog Posts with Photographs from Antarctica+ is a (gorgeous) Spark Page of Julieanne Kost's recent trip to Antarctica.
  • In The Season of B&W . White!, Moose Peterson reveals the trick to black-and-white winter landscapes. "Use the white to support the other elements in the frame and not make white the element in the frame," he suggests.

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