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20 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 Andrew Harnik, affordable cameras, Photoshop layers, copyright tips and Hugh Edwards.

  • Format presents its sixth and final segment of its InFrame online documentary series featuring photojournalist and White House press corps member Andrew Harnik:
  • In Why I Prefer Cheaper Cameras Now, Kirk Tuck explains the allure of the affordable against the overhead of the ostentatious.
  • Julienanne Kost continues her Photoshop tips series with Fundamental Layers Panel Tips and Techniques. This set will all be on the test.
  • In Working Blue, Greenberg and Reznicki offer "some basic rules that will fill and/or protect your wallet" when it comes to copyright. They include registering your images, not discussing a dispute on social media, not sending an invoice to an infringer and a few more.
  • The Art Institute of Chicago has published an online resource to the work of Hugh Edwards, "one of the most influential, yet least known, photography curators in America." The subsite contains exhibitions, acquisitions, writings, media and an about page on Edwards with five slide show highlighting themes important to him.

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