Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday September 29, 2017 | Media

“We should read to give our souls a chance to luxuriate.” 
― Henry Miller


Inside Apple’s Quest to Transform Photography – BuzzFeed

How Do You Tell a Story in a Single Image? – Creative Review

Why Apple Should Buy GoPro – Business Insider

The Science Behind Getty Images’ Photoshop Ban – Pac Standard

Life As the Daily Mirror’s Picture Editor – Creatives Go

Art By Algorithm – Aeon

The ‘Distracted Boyfriend’ Photographer Tells All – Wired

The Importance of Allies for Women Photogs of Color – PDN

Photojournalism and Responsibility – BJP

In Her Own Words: Photographing Vietnam – Lens

Making Movies on His Own Terms – Movie Maker

This Crazy Camera Is the Future of Digital Photography – WSJ

The Legalities of Shooting Team Sports – Rangefinder

Documentary Filmmaking in a Hostile Environment – Documentary

How Technology Has Changed News Photography – NY Times

The Secret Cost of Pivoting to Video CJR

What Ken Burns’ Vietnam Doc Leaves Out – The Intercept

Dumb Things Camera Companies Do – Thomas Hogan

Polaroid? Why Do Millennial Want to Live in the Past? – Guardian

How Do We See War? – Aperture

New Tech: Meet the New GoPros How to Get Creative with Cine Gels

POTD: Surprising Beauty of Recycled WasteAn Invented 1950s America



In the second part of our two-part look at time-lapse photography, we sit down with photographer Neil van Niekerk to learn the ins and outs of marketing and selling time-lapse videos to clients. If you missed it, here’s part one: How to Shoot Cinematic Time Lapse Movies.