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19 July 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 color shifts in Adobe application printing, Pixelamter 2.3 for iOS, CIPA's Exif report and the San Francisco Art Book Fair.

  • Mark Segal has identified some Issues With Accurate Printing From Lightroom and Photoshop which, he reports, make it wise "to print from one of the previous versions of these applications." Adobe responded late yesterday, "After a thorough investigation, we have identified a fix and will be releasing an update to Photoshop and Lightroom that will resolve this issue in August."
  • Pixelamter 2.3 for iOS has been released with a Quick Selection tool (just swipe), Magnetic Selection tool (trace the edges) and Selection improvements (like Invert Selection).
  • Thom Hogan finds CIPA Still in Denial about Exif, "still stuck in the 8-bit ASCII, 8.3 world of DOS, basically" while the rest of us have moved on to devices that are "capable of long file names in International ANSI characters." You can read the CIPA paper online.
  • Pier 24 is participating in the first San Francisco Art Book Fair, a multi-day festival of artists' publications July 23-24 at the Minnesota Street Projects, 1275 Minnesota St.

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