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Posted by Teresa Hanafin  February 27, 2009 04:58 PM

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A few things:

> Early next week, we're unveiling a new homepage for RAW that will make it easier for us to highlight good photography and stories and easier for you to find the features you want. Look for the new page Monday afternoon or Tuesday.

> Want to chat live with a Globe photographer? Mark your calendar and join us at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday for an hourlong talk with Jim Wilson, assistant photo director. Jim knows all there is to know about camera equipment; he does all of the purchasing for the Globe's Photo Dept. So if you have questions about camera bodies, lenses, filters, lights -- you name it -- Jim's your guy. He also loves to take time-lapse photos; you can see his latest handiwork here.

> Also next week, Globe photographer Jonathan Wiggs will choose another RAW Dawg for a critique.

> Our judge for the February Black & White contest will be the Globe's Stan Grossfeld, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and an associate editor at the Globe. He'll narrow the field to the Final Fifty next Friday, March 6.

That's it for now ... Don't forget the deadline to enter February's B&W contest is midnight tomorrow (Saturday the 28th). I'll keep adding entries to our big galleries over the weekend.

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