“We read to know we’re not alone.” ― William Nicholson
We Need to Talk About This Picture – Huffington Post
This Photographer’s Minimum Price Is Zero – PhotoShelter
It’s Time to Give Up on Flickr – Wired
Why I’m Sticking with Flickr – Thomas Hawk
From Short Film to Depression to Feature Film – No Film School
The Brain Science Behind VR – The Daily Dot
What Jose Villa Can Teach You About Instagram – Rangefinder
My Camera Is My Passport – Side Story
Photography and Identity – The Economist
Why I Shoot with Other Photographers – Senen Llanos
The Next Picasso Is a Robot – The Daily Beast
Bonus Weekend Audio!
From NPR: In 1993, the photojournalist Paul Watson took three photographs of Somali dragging the body of an American soldier through the streets of Mogadishu. As he took the shots, he thought he heard the soldier, William David Cleveland, whisper: “If you do this, I will own you forever.” The moment and its aftermath is the subject of a play, “The Body of An American”, on through March 20 at the Cherry Lane Theatre. Brooke speaks with the playwright, Dan O’Brien, and with Watson about the photographs, the play, and their friendship.
Photojournalists in south Texas are prepping to cover Hurricane Harvey―a Category 2 storm that meteorologists are predicting will bring as much as 35 inches of rain into the region with winds of 100 mph, according to the National Weather Service. For those covering the storm, we’re sharing the NPPA Safety & Security Task Force’s Hurricane... More ›