Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday May 20, 2016 | Business

Jonathan Petit | Flickr

Jonathan Petit | Flickr

“People who say they don’t have time to read simply don’t want to.”
Julie Rugg

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The Horror of Virtual RealityThe New Yorker

50mm Is the Only Lens You NeedWired

Facebook Is a Growing Digital GraveyardBBC

Creating a World of WonderPDN

The Case Against Steven McCurryNY Times

Your Opinion of Steven McCurry Doesn’t Matter Photo Shelter

Steven McCurry & Photojournalism’s Burden of Truth – Disphotic

Why Facts Aren’t Always Truth in PhotographyTime

The Liberating Limitation of Short FilmsDocumentary.org

How Instagram Is Changing the Art WorldVice

What it Takes to Be a Great Sports Photographer from Someone Who KnowsForbes

Oculus Video Chief on the Future of VR FilmmakingCNET

What Every Photographer Needs to Know About BrandingRF

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Bonus Weekend Audio

A podcast covering what it takes to create a successful documentary while shooting abroad featuring filmmakers Arianna LaPenne, Alex Mallis, and Brian Chang.


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