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26 September 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 Greg Miller, Leila Jeffreys, scripting Pixelmator Pro, a pandemic Photo Walk and Peter Turnley.

  • In Greg Miller Has Photographed Recent History's Most Important Elections, Ellyn Kail interviews the photographer about the process of documenting election day, including the people whose permission you need. "Lead polling inspectors have the right to remove anyone who they feel might be 'impeding voters ability to vote.' This can be interpreted very broadly so I am always on my very best behavior," he says.
  • Grace Ebert features the Perfectly Posed Birds captured by Australian photographer Leila Jeffreys. "From a pair of stoic budgerigars to a yellow trio named "The Tweets," the avian subjects are captured in sophisticated and graceful poses that highlight their most stunning features, from the curvature of their beaks to the singular barbs of their feathers," she writes.
  • Pixelmator Pro has added support for AppleScript and tapped Sal Soghoian, Apple's automation guru for decades, to help build its scripting dictionary and write its Advanced Automation and Scripting With AppleScript tutorial.
  • How do you conduct a worldwide Photo Walk on Oct. 3 during an international pandemic? Scott Kelby details the plan (and why he persists):

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