This Week in the World looks at this week’s most interesting stories out of the photo world.
Kodak will be selling its Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging divisions to its own Pension Plan. (via PopPhoto)
Adobe is heading to the clouds, dumping its Creative Suite software and instead making CS accessible through subscription-based Creative Cloud. As expected, there was some push-back from Adobe acolytes (or, you know, pirates or whatever), but Winston Hendrickson, Adobe VP of Creative Solutions, spelled out Adobe’s reasoning with an in-depth Q&A. (via DP Review)
A Kickstarter campaign created a copyright controversy when its proprietor took art off the internet, converted it to B&W, and then sold it on 80lb card stock. But it also seems like the controversy is settling down, which is good. (via A Photo Editor and PetaPixel)
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We put together a gift guide for what to buy dear old mom.
We offered some tips and tricks for photographing the great outdoors.
We highlighted hometown hero Jeremy Kester.