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11 February 2019

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 Farsahd Usyan, Stefan Huber, advice for Canon and Lightroom's folder panel.

  • Andrew Quilty presents a selection of images by Farsahd Usyan along with an interview in An Afghan Photographer's Intimate Look at Everyday Life in His Country. "When his brother died, Usyan took up photography to help support his mother, three brothers and his sister-in-law," Quilty begins. His brother was a photojournalist but photography wasn't the only influence his brother had on him.
  • Casa Preta showcases the work of Stefan Huber photographing the Brazilian music scene. What was he hoping to capture? "Pure joy -- the essence of life itself," he says.
  • Scott Kelby pleads, Canon -- Please Don't Screw This Up! He's worried about the rumored new consumer-focused mirrorless camera from the company. But his list of concerns is not a bad buying guide these days.
  • In Working With the Folder Panel in Lightroom Classic, Julieanne Kost explains the confusing interface. We've just resigned ourselves to double-clicking on folders in the list.

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