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24 July 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 IFF5 winners, making multiple images into one JPEG with Lightroom, the Canon G3X and photos from Nirvana's first show.

  • The iPhone Film Festival has announced the winners of IFF5, this year's contest. The rules state 70 percent of the film "must be shot with a mobile device," not just an iPhone.
  • If you followed Julieanne Kost's tip yesterday on printing a contact sheet, it's just a simple hop to "easily print multiple images to a single JPEG file to post online:"
  • Michael Reichmann reviews the Canon G3X. "For someone looking for pro-level image quality in a moderately sized camera with a reach out to 600mm equivalence," he concludes, "nothing can touch the G3X."
  • The Guardian reports, "Photographs of Nirvana's first ever show have been uncovered -- and tweeted by a teenager who had no idea what she was showing to the world. "

More to come...

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