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26 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 the Grand Canyon, Shot on iPhone, Andrew Quilty, Imageprograf Pro-2000 and a Nikon Z7 PDAF Banding FAQ.

  • The Grand Canyon Turns 100, The Guardian celebrates with some rare photos.
  • In Apple Highlights Best Photos Shot on iPhone Around the World, the company shares the results of its Shot on iPhone Challenge. "The top 10 winners came from countries including Singapore, Germany, Belarus, Israel and the U.S., highlighting the global community of iPhone photographers that participated."
  • Heidi Volpe talks to photographer Andrew Quilty about his work for Time magazine in AfSpyderLensCalfghanistan.
  • Greg Scoblete reviews the Canon Imageprograf Pro-2000 24-inch inkjet printer. "Canon is not alone in charging an arm and a leg for ink so it seems a bit churlish to point out that to refill all 11 inks on the Pro-2000 would cost you half as much as the printer itself," he observes.
  • In Nikon Z7 PDAF Banding FAQs, Jim Kasson addresses some issues that "almost all photographers, almost all the time, will never encounter."

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