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27 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 parked airplanes, Julia Gillard, downtown Austin, avoiding dust, home printing continued, a free creativity webinar, home broadcasting and a free Mother's Day template.

  • In An Airport Absolutely Stuffed With Airliners, Tyler Rogoway presents aerial and satellite photos of the Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville, Calif. , where airlines are parking their fleets during the quarantine.
  • Julia Gillard's unending series of New York Moments has a nostalgic look on purpose. "My aim is to take pictures that don't sit squarely in the time they are made but rather have a feeling that they might have been taken in the past," she writes," she says.
  • Kirk Tuck documents Art in Progress in downtown Austin as the plywood and particle boards in the Sixth Street bar district get dressed up in figurative paintings by local artists.
  • Scott Kelby has A Quick-Tip for Keeping Your Camera Sensor Clean:
  • In Skip's Question, Mike Johnston continues his exploration of home printing with a reader's challenge to identify "the best and most economical home use printer for printing photos."
  • Harold Davis will host Staying Creative in Tough Times, a free webinar tomorrow at 11 a.m. PDT. Registration is required.
  • Joe McNally describes his setup for Home Broadcasting. You may not have a Nikon Z 7, Gitzo tripod, Lastolite diffuser, Manfrotto LED panel and Avenger C-stand lying around collecting dust but you can dream, can't you?
  • Vivid-Pix presents a Mother's Day Card Recipe featuring a free template for 5x7 or 8x10 prints you can email to Mom. The templates are Power Point slides (which Mac owners can edit in Numbers).

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