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9 June 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 digitizing slides, photographing caves, Robin Wong and Lightroom shortcuts.

  • In Capturing Context, a movie of the week series on digitizing your slides, Peter Krogh suggests "you shoot the slides as a group after copying individual slides." Here's how he does it:
  • In Darkness Into Light, Harold Davis visits the world's largest cave. "This is a landscape that is quite difficult to photograph traditionally in the absolute darkness of the void and in the absence of logical markers of scale that we see in a more normal landscape," he writes.
  • Ming Thein welcomes Robin Wong, Micro Four Thirds expert, as a contributor to his site. "In the coming weeks you'll see of course new content from him and a reshuffling of the site to accommodate an archive for his work," he writes.
  • Scott Kelby lists Seven More Handy Lightroom Shortcuts. They're all keyboard shortcuts you'll actually use.

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