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29 May 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 Lake Baikal, Fred Baldwin, still lifes, street photography, Google's super-resolution tech, Martian clouds, #PhonicFilters, ExifTool and BorrowLenses.

  • #PhonicFilters from Adobe "promises to make searching image libraries as easy as talking into your mic," according to Brett Butterfield, director of software development for Sensei agents at Adobe. Brett previewed the technology (which smacks of using Siri to search Apple Photos) with a Sneak Peek:
  • Phil Harvey has issued an unusual update to ExifTool, his platform-independent Perl library plus a command-line application for reading, writing and editing meta information in a wide variety of files. He notes:
  • CORRUPTION WARNING: Patched problem where Canon DPP would destroy a CR3 image if the image had previously been edited by DPP then Exiftool.

    (If you have edited any CR3 images with ExifTool that had been previously edited by DPP, then re-edit with ExifTool 11.45 or later to restructure the file so DPP doesn't destroy it if used to edit the file later)

  • BorrowLenses is offering Same Day Delivery with a three-hour delivery window in the San Francisco Bay area. You can try it for free ($45 regularly) this week on rentals of $100 or more.

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