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9 December 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 several ways to engage your audience, Reichmann's hands-on Sony A7 Mark II report, a free PDF on viral photos and a 25 percent discount on three-day rentals.

  • In Making a Mark. Francis Hodgson thoughtfully considers several approaches to "to keep the viewer from sliding off your photograph."
  • In Sony A7 MKII Hands On, Michael Reichmann reports his experience after a week with the $1,700 camera. "With its redesigned body, in-body stabilization and superior autofocus this is the best 7 series camera yet, and one of the most interesting new cameras of 2014. I already have one on order," he writes.
  • Eyefi has published a free PDF revealing the "secret sauce" for Why Photos Go Viral, with nine suggestions from "a bevy of well-known and accomplished photographers." If viral sauces are not your cup of tea, see Item One above.
  • BorrowLenses takes 25 percent off on three-day orders this week only when you use the code DECGEAR25.

More to come...

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