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5 February 2022

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 art school, jackdaws, Phase One IQ4 images and a new benefit webinar.

  • In Art School Looked Like a Lot of Fun in the '90s (gift link), Alex Williams explores an Instagram feed where "a homage to a predigital era has popped up, as a crowdsourced art project."
  • Grace Ebert features cyanotypes by Deborah Parkin of A Flock of Jackdaws. "The feathered socialites frequent the moor near photographer Deborah Parkin's home in the Northumberland, where she's spent hours watching them swoop from branch to branch and perch in trees thick with foliage during a period of grief and they eventually became the subjects of her quiet, contemplative series of cyanotypes," she writes.
  • Lloyd Chambers stitched together a few Phase One IQ4 images of the Alabama Hills from a few years ago. "Reviewing my images, I remain as impressed as ever that its single-frame image quality remains unbeatable," he writes.
  • Harold Davis has announced a new benefit webinar on Our National Monuments With QT Luong for Mar, 26 at 11 a.m. PST. The Zoom session requires a tuition payment of $19.95 with all proceeds benefitting the Conservation Lands Foundation and the Loma Prieta Chapter of the Sierra Club.

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