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24 March 2014

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 (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at flashing in the desert, retouching cars, live event image capture and Darktable.

  • In Some Flashes and a Cup of Water, Joe McNally shows what you can do when "your location proves to be a stretch of pitted tarmac baked into desert."
  • Scott Kelby's 18:40 video on Retouching Cars in Photoshop shows "pretty much what I do during a standard automotive retouch, without making you watch me remove every little spot, spec and reflection (which is sadly, what I normally have to do, and that's why it often takes so long)."
  • In Live Second Display, Peter Krogh wants a name for "shooting photos or video at a live event as a means of engagement, sharing or documentation." Help him.
  • At Light Stalking, Jason Row's A First Look at Darktable, an Open Source Alternative to Lightroom recommends the free photography workflow application and Raw developer.

More to come...

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