Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday October 28, 2016 | Media

Maher Toriino | Pexels

“Reading enables me to maintain a sense of something substantive– my ethical integrity, my intellectual integrity.” ― Jonathan Franzen


Diane Arbus: A Disturbing Study – The Guardian

Unapologetically Confrontational Street PhotographyBJP

An Alternative Understanding of the Documentary Photograph – EoP

Trolling Spanish Cops by Censoring Their Photos – Wired

Telling a Heart-Wrenching Tale in Motion & Stills – PDN

How I Built the Light Camera – IEEE Spectrum

Documenting Politics –

A Blow to the Copyright Office – Billboard

Care More, Fear Less – Rangefinder

Where Is the Still Image Moving To? – Zeke Magazine

The Post-Truth DocumentaryDisphotic

Making it as a Soccer PhotographerCreativesGo


Fine-art photographer Hannah Laycock on how photography is a source of “catharsis, normality, positivity” and a way to cope with and explore her multiple sclerosis.



We’re Sorry to See You Go, American Photo and Popular Photography

Posted by on Tuesday March 7, 2017 | Media

We’re sad to report that American Photo and Popular Photography, two venerable publications for photographers and photo enthusiasts, have ceased publication. In an email sent to staff yesterday, Eric Zinczenko, chief executive officer at Bonnier, which has owned the magazine since 2009, cited “insurmountable losses in advertising and audience support” as the reasons for the... More