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10 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 Paul Outerbridge, Scott Kelby, visual technologies, an eBay sale, LaCie 2big 8-TB RAID, new Adobe Stock templates for working at home and Carlson's Luminar 4 book.

  • In Kandinsky, 1937, by Paul Outerbridge, Jr, Francis Hodgson writes, "Outerbridge does sit at crossroads that go in many directions. He was a first-rate commercial person and a first-rate artist, too. He's American informed by Europe, he's interested in film."
  • In Your Weekend Photography Assignment, Scott Kelby wraps up his recent series on improving your photography. He also posts his live webcast of the last session "that brought the whole thing together."
  • In Flattening the Curve Using Visual Technologies, Evan Nisselson reviews the visual technologies being used today to capture and analyze visual data of the coronavirus pandemic. "The reshaped world that emerges after we flatten the Covid-19 curve (and we will) will continue to rely on these visual technologies to work, entertain, teach, fight disease, rebuild our healthcare systems, enhance our supply chains and more; hopefully improving the world that we live in," he writes.
  • In Photo Attorney Items for Sale on eBay, Carolyn Wright does a little spring cleaning that includes a few photo items.
  • Derrick Story reviews the LaCie 2big 8-TB RAID array, covering the various ways it can be configured.
  • In New Templates Make Working From Home More Productive, Irene Malatesta reports "our team at Adobe Stock has curated a new collection of fresh planners, moodboards, collages and more to make work feel a bit brighter."
  • Rocky Nook is taking pre-orders for Jeff Carlson's The Photographer's Guide to Luminar 4 and the eBook can be downloadable now. Carlson's webinar can be seen online now too. Get a 40 percent discount when you use the code LUM40 at checkout.

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