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St. Louis Police Ordered to Reaffirm Journalist Rights Once a Month

The St. Louis police department has just made a big move in support of photographer and journalist rights: police officers are now being ordered to read and acknowledge the rights of journalists once a month. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Interim Police Chief Lawrence O’Toole made the announcement this ...

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Photo of Android Gets a Top Prize in Prestigious Portrait Contest

One of the world’s prestigious international portrait photography competitions has sparked a conversation about the nature of portrait photography after it awarded a top prize to a photo that doesn’t even show an actual human being: the portrait is of an android. The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the ...

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Adobe’s New Lightroom Downloader Exports Your Cloud Photos

Lightroom CC, Adobe’s cloud-based photo-editing software, has until now lacked a way for you to quickly and easily export your photos from the cloud. That changes with the new Lightroom Downloader app. Storing your high-resolution JPEGs and RAW files on Adobe’s servers is convenient, but the lack of a way ...

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RAW Power: An iOS RAW Processor by the ex-Lead of Apple Aperture

Gentlemen Coders, creators of Apple-compatible software for photographers, has introduced its new RAW Power app for iPhones and iPads. The program allows for the editing of RAW files on Apple smartphones and tablets. RAW Power is a free app with a few optional premium features available — Depth Effect, Curves, ...

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