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Will High Frame Rates Change Filmmaking?IndieWire

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What We Learned from Chris Hondros and Tim HetheringtonTime

Facebook Is Winning the 360 Degree Photo WarMedium

The Social Media FallacySebastian Jacobitz

Photographer You Should Know: Liz Von HoeneRF

A New Frontier for PhotographyAperture

Failed It! The Fine Art of Making MistakesCreative Review

Why Does Photography Have to Be About Anything?CP

When a Photographer Steps Up PDN

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Documentary photographer Billy Weeks explores the moment where photographer and subject intersect with a single point of view.


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