Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday September 8, 2017 | Media

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“What are you reading? isn’t a simple question when asked with genuine curiosity; it’s really a way of asking, Who are you now and who are you becoming?” 
― Will Schwalbe


Ken Burns’s American Canon – New Yorker

From Sex Object to Gritty: Evolution of Women in Stock Photography – NYT

Sexism In the Photo Industry – Can’t We Do Better? – PDN

The Story Behind that Viral Image of Trump & Schumer – Time

The Untold Story of the Leica H, the Camera That Was Never Made – Phoblographer

What Stand-up Comedy Can Teach Us About Creativity – Creative Review

I Am Ed Worthington and This Is Why I Shoot Film – Emulsive

One Piece of Advice from Women Photojournalists – Vantage

Considering the Clarity of X-Ray Photography – Hyperallergic

The Messy Truth About Being a Documentarian – Documentary

Changing Perceptions of Africa Through Photography – Rangefinder

Who Was Vivian Maier? – Book Forum

David Lynch Is Wrong About Cable TV – IndieWire

He Posed As a Heroic War Photographer – And We Bought It – Washington Post

What Makes a Powerful Portrait? – British Journal of Photography 

Photos from the Iraq War I Don’t Recall Taking – Witness

The Remarkable Laziness of Woody Allen – The Atlantic

POTD: Before the Selfie | Vanishing Vermonters
New Tech: Fuji’s rangefinder-style X-E3 | Sony’s full-frame cinema camera



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