Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday March 17, 2017 | Media

Negative Space | CCO

“You can learn from a glance at anyone’s library, not what they are, but what they wish to be.”  ― Alan Bradley


The Internet Is Saving Culture, Not Killing ItNYT

‘Napalm Girl’ Photographer Calling It Quits – CBC

On Humanitarian Storytelling – Creative Review

A Photograph Never Stands Alone NYT

Creepy Boudoir Photography Scam – RF

New Approaches to First-Person Filmmaking – Film Comment

Making It As a Food Photographer – CreativesGo

The Future of Filmmaking Is Specific – No Film School

How to Be a Thorn in Photography’s Side – Disphotic

The Courage of Gordon Park – Feature Shoot

When a Client Stiffs You – PDN

Full Color Feminism – Aperture

The Key to a Knockout Biopic – MovieMaker

Why Professional Photography Is ‘Worth It’ – PetaPixel

ICYMI: Richard Avedon in Texas | Develop Film with Beer!



Richard Cooke shares tales of shooting F1 racing with film. Enjoy!



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