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Tuesday A friend shared a link to an article by Christopher Brennan the growing trend of "data poisoning", a type of misinformation campaign that researcher Priyanka Ranade specifically targets information security professionals. “I used to work in a cyber security operations center, and the analysts do use a lot of the cyber threat intelligence that’s out there on a daily basis,” Ranade said. “I was reading Krebs on Security one day and I thought ‘How does he get all this…

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Bind

He was in a bind. His sister-in-law wanted portraits of her son. He didn’t have a Fuji lens with a focal length for social distancing. But he had a FotodioX lens adapter and a 135mm legacy M42 prime lens.…

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Father-in-law is 84 and Rohan is 13

Bhavna's Dad, my father-in-law, celebrated his 84th birthday on Friday. His grandson Rohan, my nephew, celebrated his 13th birthday on Monday. Of course, that means a family gathering with lots of cake. Rohan celebrated his 13th on Monday | FujiFilm X-T2 | Fujinon XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR at 55 mm | f/4.0 | ISO 12800 Raina | FujiFilm X-T2 | Fujinon XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR at 55 mm | f/4.0 | ISO 10000 FujiFilm X-T2 | Fujinon XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM…

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Photographing families

Photographing groups of people -- families -- is challenging. Invariably one person will blink or move. Kids can't help but move. The trick is to be patient and catch them at the right moment. But often I'll end up with the kids just right but with the adults are out-of-place usually trying to get the kids to smile. I took these photos during Father's Day. Bhavna's aunt organised a fete to honour the fathers. I thought it might be interesting…

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