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16 April 2020

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 Matthew Nordman, Unshuttered, LIDAR and Raw Power 3.0.

  • Focus From a Distance presents Matthew Nordman's approach to photography during the pandemic. "My goal was to just document how this unprecedented crisis is affecting daily life on the streets and in the city," he says.
  • In Photography Fundamentals for the Creative Teenager, Val Tate introduces Getty Unshuttered, "a dynamic online community that connects teenagers online and IRL [In Real Life] using the medium of photography." She writes, "Even if you can't go out, you can still learn about perspective, composition, shot size, lighting and portraiture. All you need is your phone camera and a little bit of time to practice."
  • In LIDAR: Peek Into the Future With iPad Pro, Sebastiaan de With tours the new cameras and lenses on the device before showing off Esper, a photographic capture app that uses depth data to create images you can walk around in.
  • Gentlemen Coders has released Raw Power 3.0 for both iOS and macOS. The two programs are integrated with each other and you can sync edits, ratings, and flags over iCloud.

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