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21 November 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. This time we look at 2017 Epson International Pano Awards, Photoshop's Fill command, a biography of Graciela Iturbide, smartphone camera showdown, a Neal Preston interview, why buy a 2017 iMac 5K now, a copyright infringement lawsuit and a 2018 visual trend forecast.

  • Sarah Waldorf interviews Isabel Quintero on Writing the Life of Photographer Graciela Iturbide. "One of the things I find interesting in what she talks about is how photography doesn't really document a real moment -- to her, a photograph is more similar to an idea and is just one perspective on reality," Quintero says.
  • In Camera Showdown: iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy Note 8, and Pixel 2, Daniel Howley runs a few comparison tests before declaring, "After taking home the win in three of five rounds and tying for one, the iPhone X comes out the winner of this camera battle."
  • Elijah Dominique interviews rock photographer Neal Preston "on a variety of topics including his legacy, the fate of the music industry and the mindset that took him from high school hobbyist to living legend."
  • Lloyd Chambers explains why he ordered a 2017 iMac 5K now as his photo editing workstation. And why he may return it.
  • In Diary of a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit, Carolyn Wright notes, "Counterclaims are a uncertainty in a lawsuit. But don't let them discourage you from standing up for your rights."
  • The 2018 Visual Trend Forecast From Adobe Stock predicts six trends on the upswing based on "he visual conversation around the world -- from shows and galleries, to brand campaigns and our own stock collection."

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