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7 November 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 the ISS, Fujifilm's Toshi Iida, Google Photos and a Baron Wolman documentary.

  • Grace Ebert presents images of The International Space Station Traveling Across the Sun and Moon by Sacramento-based photographer Andrew McCarthy.
  • Amateur Photographer interviews Toshi Iida, president and managing director of Fujifilm in Europe. "Photography has been key in documenting and storytelling through the pandemic," he says. "It is a universal language and we are able to capture this unique time in history and the power of print has brought comfort to many by looking through old memories during lockdowns -- and beyond.:
  • Brandon Russell reports Google Photos Will Lock Color Pop Behind a Google One Paywall for Photos Without Depth Information. Google confirmed the report in a statement to Engadget. In short, if your photo has depth information, you can apply color pop to it at no cost but if it doesn't, you need a Google One membership.
  • We've added Mark Moorman's 10-minute documentary about Baron Wolman to his obituary. Wolman himself tells the tale with a generous sampling of his images from the Rolling Stone era.

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