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3 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 a trend, Getty's new Viewer, retouching, LuminarAI, Serif videos and Instagram.

  • Seems to be a trend. Earlier this week Ming Thein took a bow in Full Circle and now Kirk Tuck is taking his second Break From Blogging.
  • The Getty's new Research Collections Viewer offers a visual way to browse and search Getty's archival collections. The Viewer aims to make it easier to see what's in the Getty's research collections of rare primary source material such as artists' papers, prints and photographs as well as contextual information such as related works by the same artist.
  • Making Retouching More Accessible With Sef McCullough is a LensRental podcast featuring the professional retoucher and educator who has worked in the photo and digital art industry for over 15 years.
  • Skylum has announced LuminarAI, "the first image editor fully powered by artificial Intelligence." The standalone photo editor and plug-in for macOS and Windows will be released later this year. But you can watch the video now.
  • Serif will be streaming "inspirational, free video sessions led by top creatives who use Affinity" every Thursday at 4 p.m. BST throughout September and October.
  • In The Whole Magillah -- Instagram's Sub-License, Greenberg & Reznicki present "our story regarding some recent cases involving Instagram." The whole story and nothing but the story.

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