Michael Beckwith | Flickr

Michael Beckwith | Flickr

 

As we look forward to the new year, we’ve gathered up several good reads from around the web that caught our eye this week. Happy New Year!

The Best Photojournalism of 2015: How the Images Were MadeThe Guardian

What the Revenant Producer Tells First Time FilmmakersIndieWire

The Future of Computational PhotographyLens

An Honest Look at Rejection for FilmmakersShoHawk

How Photography and Science Grow Hand-in-HandFinancial Times

The Tech That Will Shape How You Work in 2016Rangefinder

See past Weekend Reads here.

 


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