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4 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 Hogan's camera design, Mylo, Google+ non-destructive image editing and two new Adobe Camera Raw 8.5 features.

  • Thom Hogan is conducting an interesting Back to Basics survey. He's designed a camera, you get to modify it and he'll compile the results.
  • Michael Reichmann's 10-minute Mylo interview talks startup with Mylo founder and CEO David Vaskevitch, previously the number three man at Microsoft as their Chief Technology Officer, and his founding partner Moshen Agsen, previously a Microsoft Engineering Fellow. The pair promise to "change the way the world remembers."
  • Todd Bogdog announced a new iOS editing suite in Google+ to "crop, rotate, add filters and 1-tap enhancements like Drama, Retrolux, and HDR Scape, and more." Plus "you can start editing on one device, continue on another, and revert to your originals at any time!" Google's John Nack reveals Google has "rewritten the Snapseed editing pipeline from the ground up, making it non-destructive and setting the stage for a really exciting future." But the "overall workflow is a work in progress (e.g. right now you don't get an interface for re-editing your adjustments)."
  • Julieanne Kost shows off the Per-Panel Preview and the new Graduated Filter Brush in Adobe Camera Raw 8.5 Release Candidate.

More to come...

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