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31 December 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 Kost's Quiet Moments, Davis' Best of 2105, Microsoft Selfie and Lea Clark.

  • Julieanne Kost's Quiet Moments -- My Year in Review collects images she posted to her Lightroom mobile ad Instagram account this year. "I find this yearly exercise yields interesting insights about where I am in my life and allows me to reflect upon the places that I’ve gone and the experiences that I’ve had," she writes.
  • Harold Davis presents the Best of 2015: Backwards and Forwards of his inspiring work, including links to fuller explanations of how the images were both captured and processed.
  • The free iOS app Microsoft Selfie takes age, gender, skin tone, lighting and other variables into account and applies different models automatically to enhance your selfie.
  • Photographer Lea Clark is the American Girl of the Year 2106. The $120 doll is a 10-year-old girl loves animals and hopes to inspire her fans to protect them with her adventures in Brazil. Her $32 accessory kit includes a "pretend camera" and four photos. Here's this morning's reveal on Good Morning America:

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