Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday May 19, 2017 | Media

Bill Dickinson | Flickr CC

“How can I survive without a book to read?”
David Hill


Has Art Ended?  – Aeon

Dear Instagram, We Hate Your Algorithm, Love Everyone – HuffPo

Why We Need More Visual Journalists of Color – Nieman Reports

Are the Iconic Photographers Still Relevant? – Witness

How to Make It as a Photojournalist – The Ground Truth

I Like Pictures, What Should I Do? – Carelessly Curated

Stanley Greene, a Poet Who Raged at Injustice – PDN

Dear Young Photographer: Be a Doer – Huck

The Life of a Storytelling Documentary Filmmaker – CreativesGo

Combat Photographer’s Last Image a Huge Media Failure – Vantage

Do You Need Professional Help? – MovieMaker

What Is the Web Doing to Photography? – Correspondence

These Artists Add a New Dimension to Photography – Time

When Will VR Have its Jurassic Park Moment? – No Film School

Ready to Outsource Your Retouching? Do It! – Rangefinder

What I Learned Switching from a Mirrorless to a Rangefinder – FY

ICYMI: iPhone 7 vs. Arri Alexa | Chris Buck’s Unconventional Celebrity Portraits

New Tech: Sony’s New Wide-Angle Lenses | Special Edition Polaroid 600



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What to Know Before Covering a Hurricane

Posted by on Friday August 25, 2017 | Media

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