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13 April 2022

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 Royal Albert Hall Tea Dance, Brad Moore, Jen Rozenbaum, a $52K contract, the Camera Shutter Life Expectancy Database, Adobe security updates and old Macs.

  • Sarah Lee presents photos of The Royal Albert Hall Tea Dance, the first since the pandemic began, "during which visitors can spend the afternoon dancing to quicksteps, foxtrots, waltzes and Latin numbers performed by Albert's Big Band."
  • Music photographer Brad Moore tells about Photographing Johnnyswim at the Ryman Auditorium.
  • Jen Rozenbaum shares Six Ways to Empower Women Through Photography, including her eight methods of posing women.
  • Craig Oppenheimer negotiates a $52K contract for Industrial Images for Energy Company.
  • The Camera Shutter Life Expectancy Database collects data on 37 models at the moment from Canon, Olympus, Pentax, Nikon, Sigma and Sony, reporting the average number of actuations after which the shutter still clicks and the average after which it has died.
  • Adobe has issued a Security Update for Photoshop 2022 and Photoshop 2021 to resolve "multiple critical vulnerabilities" that "could lead to arbitrary code execution." Similar updates are available for Lightroom, Premiere Pro, and other applications in the Creative Suite.
  • Jason Snell remembers The Pains of the Past after "buying a few old Mac models and getting them up to speed." SCSI drives, missing connectivity options, ADB peripherals, all make him appreciate how things work today.

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