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15 June 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 the Milan Cathedral, using a red filter effect at twilight, Burk Uzzle and the Yoshino River.

  • Victoria Pavlov used Adobe Creative Cloud tools for her Milan Cathedral Adobe Slate presentation. She used a number of the free mobile apps as well to create the multimedia experience with a variety of effects.
  • In Monotone Picture Mode for Great Black & Whites on Mirrorless, Derrick Story shot a Raw+JPEG, setting the JPEG to use a Red filter in the camera's Monotone menu. Twilight helped light the scene.
  • In Burk Uzzle's American Puzzle, Rena Silverman finds out what the Leica photographer has been up to lately. "I try to avoid interstates and turnpikes and things like that and stay on all the small roads and keep my eyes open," he tells her. The 15-image slide show complements his exhibit at the Steven Kasher Gallery in Manhattan through July 31.
  • Harold Davis portrays Japan's Yoshino River using the the "Ansel in the Valley" preset in Perfect B&W. Must be Black & White Day.

More to come...

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