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21 May 2018

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 Daniel Zvereff, the best Nikkors, Photoshop bokeh and a Rocky Nook discount.

  • Finding Your Heritage used to be an American right of passage. Daniel Zvereff followed those footsteps retracting his family's Russia roots. "The beauty of these journeys," he writes, "is that although they start out like a shot in the dark, over time they take on a marvelous lucid form of their own."
  • Thom Hogan lists a few more than My Five Favorite Nikkors. In addition to his favorite telephotos, he puts together a nice collection of bargains that cover everything from 18mm to 300mm.
  • Jason Row provides A Step by Step Guide to Faking Bokeh in Photoshop. We'd just suggest using Select Subject to find your sharp object.
  • Rocky Nook is having a Spring Cleaning Sale that discounts your entire purchase 40 percent when you apply the code SPRING2018 at checkout through May 20.

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