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27 October 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 Laura Zalenga, Nikon Z 7 Focus Shift Shooting, the Fuji X-H1 and Lightroom's Map View.

  • In Photographer Laura Zalenga Is Learning to Listen, Serena Fox interviews the German fashion and art photographer about her project as an Adobe Creative Resident. "I wanted to discover the visible and invisible beauty of age," Zalenga said. "I'm not searching for beauty queens with wrinkles. It's the aura that a face has, a glimpse in the eyes, that shows beauty only when you connect it to their story." And she discovers some fascinating stories.
  • Jim Kasson compares Nikon Z 7 Focus Shift Shooting to the Fujifilm GFX 50S's similar feature. Fujifilm did it better. Sounds like a firmware update could remedy the situation.
  • Mike Johnston is making friends with a rented Fuji X-H1. In this episode, he tries out the in-body stabilization and tests the dynamic range of the new camera. "Really like what I'm seeing so far," he writes.
  • Adobe explains why you might find Map View Not Available in the Map Module and what to do about it. Older versions of the application will no longer provide the feature starting Nov. 30. Current versions are unaffected.

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