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6 February 2017
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 returning veterans, Lightroom mobile questions, a portrait of Harold Davis and two new emulsions.
- Alan Taylor and Emily Anne Epstein feature 24 photos of Americans at Work: Returning Veterans in their on-going Saturday series. We particularly liked seeing the role physical therapists play in the healing process. But there's much more to Emilie Richardson's photo essay. "What surprised me most about this project was the number of veterans going to college," she writes.
- Julieanne Kost answers Five Common Questions in four minutes about Lightroom mobile:
- Step Behind the Lens With Harold Davis for a personal look at the Bay area photographer. "My work in large measure defines me, although of course I am also a husband, father and lover of wild things," he writes. Liberally illustrated with every variety of his art, too.
- In More New Film Choices Show Up, Thom Hogan announces Pancro400, a French ISO 400 film, and Ferrania P30, an Italian ISO 80 film, are going into production.
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