“Salvation is certainly among the reasons I read.” ― Roxane Gay
Will High Frame Rates Change Filmmaking? – IndieWire
From Filmmaker to YouTube Star and Back Again – Filmmaker
The Social Media Fallacy – Sebastian Jacobitz
A New Frontier for Photography – Aperture
Failed It! The Fine Art of Making Mistakes – Creative Review
Bonus Weekend Video!
Documentary photographer Billy Weeks explores the moment where photographer and subject intersect with a single point of view.
Danny Clinch filed suit in federal court in New York June 2, alleging multiple copyright infringements of two of his photographs of late rap artist Tupac Shakur. The photographs were allegedly reprinted and distributed on T-shirts without permission. Clinch, a noted music photographer, names five defendants, including an agent for Shakur’s estate, two merchandise manufacturers,... More ›
Missoula, Montana-based photographer Erika Peterman is suing The Republican National Committee (RNC) for willful copyright infringement. The suit, filed in Montana District Court earlier this week, alleges the RNC used without permission a Peterman photograph of Rob Quist, the Democratic candidate in a special election to fill Montana’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.... More ›
A federal jury in Maryland has awarded $900,000 in actual damages to an Oregon-based plant retailer for its claims against a competitor over unauthorized use of two dozen copyrighted images. The jury verdict, delivered last week, also included a $300,000 statutory damages award, but the plaintiff may elect one jury award or the other (not... More ›