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19 March 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 Getty Garden, Christoffer Relander, Pat Molnar, Every Brilliant Thing, a small crew, Luminar 4.2, the iPad cursor and copyright courses.

  • It's the earliest first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere in some time and Julie Jaskol reports Spring Flowers Are Blooming in the Getty Central Garden. Images by Sarah Waldorf.
  • In Human Subjects Distorted by Nature, Grace Ebert showcases the double-exposure photos of Christoffer Relander. "Whereas many of his previous projects had been blended in-camera, Relander altered his method for this series thanks to extra time indoors due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic," she writes.
  • Suzanne Sease talks to Pat Molnar about his ongoing personal project with families. They're "really just finding an honest, human, imperfect moment that we all can relate to," he says. Particularly inspiring if you're home with the kids and a camera, we think.
  • Kirk Tuck made a video promo for Zach Theater's Every Brilliant Thing using a Lumix S1 and Rode reporter mic:
  • In How to Make the Most of a Small Crew, Jem Schofield discusses how to prepare for small to no crew productions, the essential roles that need to be filled and when to hire out for specialists.
  • Skylum has released Luminar 4.2 with a new AI Sky tool, face detection, shine removal, face slimming, scene relighting and more. But the update has been getting some rough feedback by early adopters.
  • In The iPad Cursor Is Here, No Wait Required, Jason Snell shows what mouse and trackpad support on iPadOS will look like when v13 ships next week. Could use that cursor behavior with touch, frankly. Especially the text insertion tool.
  • Carolyn Wright has a couple of copyright courses available on LinkedIn Learning that you can watch at no charge with a One-Month Free Trial.

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