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19 April 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 the North Korean Border, Instagram street photographers, tips for a bridal shoot and a guide to shooting the solar eclipse.
- Alan Taylor presents 32 photos taken Along the North Korean Border. "North Korea still tightly restricts the movements of visiting journalists within its borders, and controls what can be photographed," he notes.
- Charles Purdy suggests a few Street Photographers to Follow on Instagram who focus their lenses on their home cities.
- In Bridal Shoot (With Behind-the-Scenes Shots and Camera Settings), Scott Kelby celebrates the beginning of Photoshop World week with some inside information on how to handle such a special event.
- At the Canon Web Site A Total Guide to Totality: Solar Eclipse Photography photojournalist Dave Henry and commercial/landscape photographer and Canon Explorer of Light Ken Sklute will help you prepare for the Aug. 18 total solar eclipse viewable and photographable across the entire United States.
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