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25 May 2018

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. This time we look at Phil Penman, Joana Toro, a free Photoshop Action set, a copyright registration fee increase proposal and LaserSoft's weekend sale.

  • Icons of New York features monochromatic images of city landmarks by Phil Penman. "In 2004, I really began to shoot this series. I would spend every minute of everyday riding around the city on a fixed gear bicycle, largely for work looking for celebrity stories to work on," he explains.
  • In Where Everybody Knows Your Nombre, David Gonzalez presents Joana Toro's images of the last of New York's Puerto Rican social clubs. "The minute you come in, you feel at home," she says.
  • In Mike Campau's Looking Glass Effects, Charles Purdy shares Campau's free Photoshop Action set to create rectangular and circular glass-distortion effects in your images. And just before a three-day weekend.
  • Greenberg and Reznicki point out a Copyright Registration Fee Increase Proposal "that will raise the group registration fee to $100 per application." They suggest you pipe up during the public comment period.
  • LaserSoft Imaging is having a Memorial Weekend Special. Purchase any SilverFast software or IT8 target and receive up to 40 percent off from May 26 through May 28.

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