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11 September 2021

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 iOS 15, Milky Way photography and a collection of Sept. 11 remembrances in photos.

  • In Apple iOS 15: What's New for Photographers, Jefferson Graham details the new photography features in iOS 15, including the ability to share highly produced automatic videos based on your photos, easier saving of texted photos, more information on how the photo was taken and more:
  • Jasenka Grujin features 27 Breathtaking Milky Way Photo Examples. "If done right, night sky photography can look absolutely magical," she writes. "The good news is that you don't need super expensive gear to achieve such shots, but you definitely need a lot of practice and patience."

We also highlight the following collection of Sept. 11 remembrances in photos:

  • In The Photographs of 9/11, the New York Times collects the remembrances of its photographers who documented 9/11.
  • In 'I'm the Face of It', David Smith presents the stories of the people whose images have come to represent what happened on 9/11.
  • Ellyn Kail presents Photos of What They Left Behind, a collection of photos of artifacts from the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.
  • In How I Honor the Faces of Ground Zero, Joe McNally tells the story of a disabled 60-year-old grandmother who made it out of the North Tower with the help of firemen who would not leave her. And not forget her.

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