There were plenty of great reads published this week–hopefully you can block off a quiet hour or two to enjoy them.
Annie Leibovitz on Shooting Rock Stars – Biography
How Photographers Find and Define Meaning – Rangefinder
Trying to Reinvent a Foundering Movie Business – New Yorker
Who Controls Your Facebook Feed? – Slate
“Making a Murder” and the Shift in Documentary Filmmaking – Review Journal
Find past Weekend Reads here.
A different approach to exploring Nelson Mandela's roots, through the photographic lens of a compatriot. More ›
Bourdain was critical of the single story, critical of widely held stereotypes and perhaps most critical of his own position as a masterful storyteller. More ›
Celebrity photographer Chris Buck, who is known for getting subjects to do unexpected things on set, will host a workshop called “The Surprising Portrait” in New York City on November 10-12. “Nothing charms like a surprise, yet in portraiture there seems to be so little of it,” Buck says, explaining that most photographers only “flatter... More ›