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18 July 2020

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 John Lewis, IBIS and Neowise, the art of noticing, deep fakes and a free webinar with William Neill.

  • Alan Taylor presents 28 photos of John Lewis from his "life spent getting into good trouble." His remarkable life never deserted decency despite the hatred he encountered. In today's sorry parade of public figures, he continued to stand out as a man of principle.
  • In How IBIS Saved the Day, Er, the Night, Derrick Story attributes in-body image stabilization to salvaging his six-second handheld shot of the Neowise comet. "No way a handheld 6-second image would be usable," he writes. "But I was wrong."
  • Anne Ditmeyer reviews Rob Walker's The Art of Noticing. "It's precisely the stuff everyone else has missed that ought to make us think twice," Walker writes.
  • Paul Melcher interviews Giorgio Patrini, CEO and chief scientist at Deeptrace, which provides solutions for detecting, monitoring and countering threats posed by deepfakes and other forms of malicious visual media.
  • The Solace of Nature will be a free webinar with William Neill, author of Light on the Landscape, and Harold Davis on Sept. 5.

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