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4 June 2024

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 Peter Dering, the Lightroom Classic interface, three lenses, becoming a medical photographer and Ansel Adams fakes.

  • In A Yay Lens, a Nay Lens, and an It Depends Lens, Derrick Story sketches a snapshot evaluation of three optics: the Sigma 28-45mm f1.8, Panasonic 26mm f8 and Viltrox AF 16mm f1.8.
  • How Does One Become a Medical Photographer? asks a Reddit poster. And gets a reply from one. The rare one.
  • Jess Weatherbed reports Adobe Scolded for Selling 'Ansel Adams-Style' Images Generated by AI by a third party on Adobe Stock. "Adobe responded to the callout, saying it had removed the offending content and had privately messaged the Adams estate to get in touch directly in the future," she writes. "The Adams estate, however, said it had contacted Adobe directly multiple times since August 2023." Adobe Stock's contributor terms prohibit content "created using prompts containing other artist names, or created using prompts otherwise intended to copy another artist."

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