Great Photography and Filmmaking Reads for Your (Extended) Weekend

Posted by on Wednesday December 23, 2015 | Uncategorized

Tom Moscardo | Flickr

Tom Moscardo | Flickr

We’ve got a nice long weekend ahead of us and we hope you’ve carved out a few minutes to catch up on some reading. Here are a few pieces that caught our eye this week.

The Small, Stylish Comeback of Steampunk PhotographyPhilly.com

Frederick Douglass Knew the Power of PhotographyBaltimore Sun

Slow Photojournalism: The Rise of Long-Term AssignmentsBBC

Photographers on the Downside of Going Viral Feature Shoot

Virtual Reality: Should You Believe the Hype?PDN


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