Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday July 14, 2017 | Media

“Reading was my escape and my comfort, my consolation, my stimulant of choice: reading for the pure pleasure of it, for the beautiful stillness that surrounds you when you hear an author’s words reverberating in your head.” 
― Paul Auster

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How Instagram Learns from Your Likes to Keep You Hooked – Fast Company

Leica, the Camera that Freed the World – The Guardian

The Story of One of the Most Famous Images EverArtsy

What My Camera Saw As My Parents Died of Cancer – NPR

How Photographers Can Make the Right Ethical Choices – PDN

A Prestigious Art Exhibits Is Snubbing Photography – Aperture

Why Cameras Are About to Get Smaller – The Economist

Behind the Gonzo Photography of William S. Burroughs – Huck

What the Racist Is Supposed to Look Like – Reading the Pictures

Are Landscape Photographers Risking Too Much? – DigitalRev

From Wedding to Conservation Photographer – Rangefinder

An Indie Filmmaker Attempts to Assemble Gear – MovieMaker

No, You Can’t Use My Photo On Instagram for Free – PetaPixel

What Filmmakers Should Do About Net Neutrality – MovieMaker

Mark Zuckerberg Is Close to Destroying Snapchat – CNBC

New Gear: The Case That Turns Your iPhone into a Real Camera

POTD: The Stories Behind 100 Great Street Photographs

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Watch

Photography is the art of capturing light. But before you can capture it, you have to see it. In this episode of Advancing Photo, Bob Holmes shares his insights earned from a life chasing light.


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