Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday January 27, 2017 | Media

Oliver Degabriele | Flickr

“Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider.” ― Francis Bacon



The Reinvention of InstagramRe/Code

The Art and Vanity of Protest Photography – Salon

The Purpose of Photography in a Post-Truth Era – Time

The Majesty of Early Photography – New Yorker

Using Photography to Explore Sexual AssaultPDN

Distributing Your Documentary in Turbulent

One-of-a-Kind Photo Center Nears Death – SF Chronicle

The Major Sundance Win and a CuriousityFilmmaker Mag

Ethan Russell on His Journey to Photographic Longevity – RF

Old Photos of America at the Crossroads – NYT

Inside the Studio Making Stop Motion High Tech – The Verge

How the BBC Does Mobile JournalismCreativesGo

I Got More Than I Bargained for at the Trump InaugurationPP

Future Proof Your Brain Against Distraction – Fast Company





The No Film School podcast tackles protest documentaries, Sundance and more.



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