This week, David Marland steps in for Glynn.
The LR-replacement which I’ve adopted on Linux, darktable, is coming to Windows. A very early port of the app is available for anyone who wants to dip their toes in the water, here. Please understand that if you DO go and have a look, this is not a finished product yet!
Lexar, who had preiviously gone into receivership, has been acquired by Chinese flash storage company, Longsys.
Shutters Inc is now on the iHeartRadio app!
This week, I received an e-mail about a blog post on shooting product photography. Thought I’d share it, as it appears to be a fairly comprehensive piece.
Photographer finds locations of 1960s postcards to see how they look today, and the difference is unbelievable.
Man cops life ban for entering other photographer’s image under his name.
Steve Peters told us about The rooftop photographer facing serious charges for climbing Ben Franklin bridge,
The news photographer shot by cop who mistook camera and tripod for gun,
and this story about cameras and lenses that got destroyed by the solar eclipse.
Adam tells us the Lily drone is back… kind of.
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