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19 June 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 Japanese-American internment, a tent city, Photomyne, syncing in Lightroom and new Sigma Art lenses.

  • In A Nation's Shame: Japanese-American Internment in WWII, Getty Images revisits the internment of Japanese-Americans, a fate that befell German-Americans and Italian-Americans as well. The Officers' Club Museum at the Presidio in San Francisco is currently exhibiting Exclusion on the same topic, which asks, "And what, as a nation, have we learned that can help us address the present-day issues of immigration, racism and mass incarceration?"
  • Alan Taylor presents images of A Tent City for Detained Children in Texas taken clandestinely by Reuter photographer Mike Blake. Only official photographs of the detention camps have been released and reporters have only been allowed on guided tours, forbidden to photograph what they see.
  • The free Photomyne is an AI-based Android and iOS photo scanning app that makes it possible to scan multiple printed photos in a single shot:

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