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19 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 Fred Stein, fireworks, displaying Camera Raw edits, iPhone GPS data, jigsaw puzzling and taking a shot.

  • In A Bygone Era of Big City Life, Sarah Moroz previews Fred Stein's black-and-white images soon to be on exhibit in Gentilly. "He was an optimist. His images leave you feeling uplifted," his son Peter, who curated the collection, says.
  • In What You Need to Photograph Fireworks This Summer, Lynn Green kicks off the summer fireworks advice season.
  • Drop a JPEG that's been editing in Lightroom (and saved with its Exif header) in Pixel Peeper and see the edits. Seems to work (with some exceptions) with JPEGs edited in Photoshop too. Camera Raw sliders, anyway.
  • Oh, and about that GPS data mysteriously disappearing from your iPhone photos when you move them from your phone. Just make sure you enable exporting Location information in Photos on the phone.
  • Can't help thinking about jigsaw puzzles now that school's out. How to Create Photoshop Puzzle Effect shows you the easy way to "solve" one.
  • Derrick Story asks What if I Lose? in his personal reflection on the Warriors' second NBA championship in three years.

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