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22 January 2015

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 better group photos, Lightroom's highlight warnings, photos on Twitter and Kirk Tuck's novel.

  • In No More Of Those 'Say Cheese!' Pictures, Jack Limpert repeats Washingtonian photographer Tom Wolff's advice for capturing more interesting group shots.
  • RC Concepcion covers Highlight Warnings in Lightroom and Scott Kelby explains the discrepancy between the warning you see in your camera and Lightroom's warning.
  • In Don't try too hard to please Twitter, the New York Times reports what it learned about using photos on its Twitter account.
  • The Kindle version of Kirk Tuck's novel, The Lisbon Portfolio, is available for free today and tomorrow. It's "an action-adventure story in which our hero, photographer Henry White, is drawn into a web of corporate intrigue and murder while on assignment for a major, multi-national corporation."

More to come...

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