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Behind the Visuals of Moonlight – Time

Dear Film Festivals: Stop Doing These 10 Things – MM

The Future of Media? This Guy Might Know – Reuters

We’re All Imposters – Musicbed

Know for Dude Photography, Then He Had a Daughter – WBUR

Visibility in Trump’s America – No Caption Needed

The Hidden History of Photography & the NY Times – NYT

Edward Barber, RIP – British Journal of Photography

Pushing Boundaries of Objective Reporting – PDN

Uncommon Photos of African American Life – Hyperallergic

Shooting Urban Landscapes, from Grit to Glamour – RF

How Japan Can Get Its Camera Mojo Back – Financial Review

When Does Inspiration Become Copying? – Enlight Photo

I Made These Images w/ AI and a Game BoyPoI

ICYMI: Lives of Early Photo Pioneers | Meet the Wet Plate Photographer

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