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5 June 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 Tiananmen Square's tank man, Instagram 6, Michael Weschler and PhotoPhilanthropy.

  • The New York Times Lens Blog goes Behind the Scenes: Tank Man of Tiananmen with the four photographers who captured the encounter that day 25 years ago today from the Beijing Hotel overlooking Changan Avenue. A fifth got a longer view, never before published.
  • Instagram 6 Is an Outstanding Update, Derrick Story says, adding, "Without sacrificing ease of use, we now have an entire tool box of image editing adjustments, improved speed, and the ability to adjust filter strength."
  • Michael Weschler catches Rob Lowe at his new home in Montecito, to drop just one name in this aPhotoEditor profile by Suzanne Sease.
  • Founded by Nancy Farese, PhotoPhilanthropy is on a mission to "promote and connect photographers with nonprofit organizations around the world to tell the stories that drive action for social change." And their looking for a new executive director.

More to come...

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