Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday October 13, 2017 | Media

“I read the way a person might swim, to save his or her life. ” 
― Mary Oliver


The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein – Variety

Wim Wenders on His Polaroids and Why Photography Is Over – Guardian

On Photography & Trust – Creative Review

Why Your Beloved Film SLR Won’t Go Digital – DP Review

Finding New Ways to Understand Our Impact on Nature – PDN

The Underside of Used Photobooks – Conscientious Photographer

How Photography Healed a Mind – Time

Technology Is Destroying the Most Important Asset in Your LifeQuartz

Is the World Ready for Collier Schorr’s Women? – Aperture

When 100 London Homeless Were Given Cameras – Metro

Having Mixed Feelings on a Documentary’s Success Talkabout

The Visual Politics of Colin Kaepernick – Reading the Pictures

The Sorrow and Grace of Abandoned Cats – Feature Shoot

What It Was Like to Edit It – Filmmaker Magazine

American Wars in the Photo Book – Witness

Photography That’s Stomach Churning, But Worth It – OC Register

A Feminist Film Critic in the Age of Weinstein – Hollywood Reporter

The Japanese May Have the Secret to a Good Life – BI

Merging Fashion Posing with Senior Portraits – Rangefinder

Shooting the Same Commuters for 9 Years – Co.Design

Tech: Canon 6D Mark II Lab Test  |  New Instagram Uploader

POTD:  Mining Craigslist for Portrait Subjects | What Machines See



Chicago photographer and educator Dawoud Bey is the oldest recipient of the MacArthur Foundation Fellowship  (aka “the Genius Grant”). Here Bey speaks about his work helping to depict communities that often pass unnoticed.