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27 June 2017

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 Syrian refugees, Neil McGahee, the IPPAwards, Photoshop's Fill command and the iPad Pro.

  • In After a Century, Syrian Refugees Return to Armenia, Jordan Teicher showcases the efforts of Armenian art curator Anna Kamay and freelance photographer Anush Babajanyan to document the stories of the resettled refugees. "They truly are a powerful group of people," Babajanyan says, "having to face so much in Syria and now being in a country where they still have to struggle."
  • In Ordinary Time presents a selection of images by photojournalist Neil McGahee, who won the 1982 Oskar Barnack Prize, from his book of the same title. "Any time I went on assignment, I always looked for just average people living their lives," he says.
  • The IPPAwards has published its 2017 Winning Photographs of unedited images taken with an iPad or iPhone.
  • Julieanne Kost lists five tips for using The Fill Command in Photoshop CC.
  • In The iPad Pro: Now a True Photographer's Tool, Jeff Carlson argues the platform "has finally reached a tipping point for photographers."

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