Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday September 15, 2017 | Media

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“Literature is map of humanity, the documenter of civilization. Books introduce us to the landscape of the greatest minds of every century.”
― Kilroy J. Oldster


Photographers and their Moving Vietnam Images – Time

What Does It Take to Make a Successful Photo Book? – Aperture

Those iPhone Magazine Covers Don’t Matter – FStoppers

Diversity in Photojournalism: Talk Is Cheap – Lens

Don’t Look Away – Aeon

Showing America to Americans – Boulder Weekly

Why We Need More Photographers & Photo Editors of Color – PDN

Taking Your Short to Full Feature – MovieMaker

The Importance of the Photograph – Wineberg Images

The Art of Crafting Light and Shadow – Rangefinder

Eco Disaster Photos, the Indecisive Moment– Reading the Pictures

The Economics of Camera Hyping – Photography Life

Selecting Film Is a Meditation – She Shoots Film

What the Heck’s Going on With Hollywood? – Medium

Powerful Photography Stronger Than Ever – Observer

Apple’s Face ID Camera Is Great… For Spying – Wired

Challenging the Whiteness of Stock Photography – HuffPo

Look What the Eclipse Did to Our Gear! – LensRentals

I Turned My Camper into a Portable Camera & Darkroom – PP

Anna Wintour Dishes on Vogue at 125 – WWD

POTD: Comic Con, Pictured | What “Cuba Is”

New Tech: Phase One’s Sensor Breakthrough | Polaroid’s Back!



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