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6 November 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 Clay Benskin, Yosemite on a 2010 MacBook Air, Menuez on Jobs and Photoshop preset migration help.

  • Anybody can do it. "I told him I could take better pictures with my phone," building superintendent told resident and photographer Mick Cantarella, who had shown Clay Benskin some of his work. After Benskin returned the favor, Cantarella said, "He's a civilian, but he has a great eye, clearly." In Don't Call Clay Benskin a Street Photographer, David Gonzalez tells Benskin's story and provides a 24-images slide show so you can judge for yourself.
  • In New Software on Old Computers, Derrick Story rolls the dice, updating his late-2010 MacBook Air to Yosemite.
  • Photographer and filmmaker Doug Menuez has published a sneak peek at his new book Fearless Genius of photos of Steve Jobs at NeXT on Storehouse. Don't be alarmed. In 1987 photography was still film.
  • Migrating from one version of Photoshop to another has never been easier, but it's nice to have the Preset Migration spelled out. And who better than Adobe to do it?

More to come...

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