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16 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 professional on the profession, three female conflict zone photographers, 31 rolls of film from the 1940s and RawTherapee.
- In Under Pressure, but Still Positive: Professional Photographers in the Digital Age, Adrin Hadland introduces The State of News Photography 2016, a research report based on a survey of 1,991 photojournalists he wrote with Paul Lambert and Camilla Barnett which has been published this week by the World Press Photo Foundation in Amsterdam.
- In Three Female Conflict Zone Photographers Discuss the Challenges of Front Line Work, Lee Magill interviews Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi, Annabell Van den Bergheand and Alison Baskerville about "covering conflicts, violence, and natural disasters on the ground" and as a woman.
- The Rescued Film Project has just posted a video on the 31 Rolls of Film From a World War II Soldier it developed. The images start at 5:49:
- Last Sunday RawTherapee 5, a free and open source cross-platform Raw processor, was released and today Revision 1 is available to fix a few bugs. The new version is available on the downloads page.