Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday October 28, 2016 | Media

Maher Toriino | Pexels

“Reading enables me to maintain a sense of something substantive– my ethical integrity, my intellectual integrity.” ― Jonathan Franzen

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Diane Arbus: A Disturbing Study – The Guardian

Unapologetically Confrontational Street PhotographyBJP

An Alternative Understanding of the Documentary Photograph – EoP

Trolling Spanish Cops by Censoring Their Photos – Wired

Telling a Heart-Wrenching Tale in Motion & Stills – PDN

How I Built the Light Camera – IEEE Spectrum

Documenting Politics – Documentary.org

A Blow to the Copyright Office – Billboard

Care More, Fear Less – Rangefinder

Where Is the Still Image Moving To? – Zeke Magazine

The Post-Truth DocumentaryDisphotic

Making it as a Soccer PhotographerCreativesGo

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Fine-art photographer Hannah Laycock on how photography is a source of “catharsis, normality, positivity” and a way to cope with and explore her multiple sclerosis.


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