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13 April 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 sports photographers, digitizing family memories, Kirk Tuck's home, f11 Magazine, Sunnyside Sequestered and a BorrowLenses deal.

  • Scott Kelby found Ten Sports Photographers to Follow on Instagram.
  • Derrick Story has announced Digitizing Family Memories, his new $45 online course with four Monday tutorials beginning April 20. "I will cover techniques for using your smartphone, a digital camera, flatbed scanner or if you have one available, a film scanner," he writes.
  • Kirk Tuck shows you around where he's Sheltering in Place.
  • Free PDFs of every issue of f11 Magazine, which ceased publication in 2017 after 66 issues, are now available online at no charge.
  • The first issue of Sunnyside Sequestered has been published by kids from the neighborhood of the same name in San Francisco. Like the Bernal Heights kids who created Six Feet of Separation, they've made a place for photographers in their rag.
  • BorrowLenses has "picked out a few of our very favorite rentals perfect for home projects and gigs alike" and will take 20 percent off when you use the code APRILFAVES at checkout.

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