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3 July 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 mosaic photography, how to move from Aperture to Lightroom, shooting the world's best soccer players for the N.Y. Times Magazine and #NoFilter photos with filters.

  • In Mosaic Photography, John Maushammer "made a gorgeous 100-megapixel mosaic that I can print at larger-than-life size. I'll share a few tricks I learned and you can use this technique to get super-detailed pictures of other medium-sized objects."
  • Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski and RC Concepcion describe moving from Aperture to Lightroom in the KelbyOne webcast Aperture to Lightroom: The Switch Is On!. Registration required.
  • "Image manipulation is not a option. Period," Dylan Coulter tells Heidi Volpe in The Daily Edit – The New York Times Magazine: Dylan Coulter, an inside look at Coulter's first commission for the N.Y. Times Magazine shooting the world's best soccer players.
  • In 11 Pct. of the #NoFilter Pics on Instagram Are Posers, Kurt Wagner at Mashable reports that Spredfast tested 100,000 images that included the #nofliter hashtag on Instagram only to find that 11 percent "actually have a filter."

More to come...

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