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4 October 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 Las Vegas, the Panasonic GH5, Cade Martin, getting help with Lightroom, a Gordon Lewis print, mountain gear and finding a Web site's DMCA agent.

  • In Mourning the Victims in Las Vegas, Alan Taylor presents 28 photos of people around the world embracing the victims of the tragedy.
  • After 15,000 exposures not to mention hours of video, Kirk Tuck reviews his Panasonic GH5 camera. Oh, he likes it. But his real-world review is worth a peek to see why.
  • In Creating Magic and Whimsy, Cade Martin guest blogs for Scott Kelby. "How an idea becomes a final image is a story worth telling," he writes. "And storytelling is a core value in my photography."
  • Rob Sylvan explains How to Get Help With Lightroom with a short list of what Adobe needs to know about your situation to be able to assist you.
  • Mike Johnston is holding Gordon Lewis's Second 'Precipitation' Print Offer for three days only.
  • Lloyd Chambers lists his favorite Gear for the Mountains, none of which is camera gear. It's survival stuff like shoes, backpacks, sunglasses and more.
  • In Finding the DMCA Agent for a Web Site, Carolyn Wright says "the U.S. Copyright Office has made it easier to find the DMCA service providers' agents for you to notify about claimed infringements." How? By making its own database available for those times when you can't find an agent's contact information.

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