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2 March 2016

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 Live Photos, a 30-year photo project, simulated aging and Gregg Wilensky.

  • Kate Wesson explains and explores Apple's Live Photos, which "capture the moments just before and after you take the picture, complete with movement and sound." She shows you how to shoot, view, edit, share and upload the unusual images with several example Live Photo shots, too.
  • David Rosenberg reviews Barbara Davatz's As Time Goes By, a 30-year project making portraits of the same people as they age. "Some, but not all, told me that they did not like to see themselves aging," she revealed. The series has also been published in book form.
  • Here's Anthoy Cerniello's Danielle, the timelapse and simulated version of the aging process (compare and contrast, class):
  • The Dryansky Gallery in San Francisco will present Hovering: Photographs at the Boundaries of Nature, an exhibition of large-scale works by Gregg Wilensky, theoretical physicist and senior principal scientist at Adobe. To celebrate spring, the show features a selection of abstract landscape tableaus derived from photographs taken in both California and Paris. Hovering will be on view from March 31 through May 12.

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