Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday October 6, 2017 | Media

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“Reading is that fruitful miracle of a communication in the midst of solitude.” 
― Marcel Proust


What’s the Biggest Question Facing Artists Today? – The Guardian

When a Festival Assignment Turns Deadly – LA Times

Unearthing the Photos La Raza – Columbia Journalism Review

The Story Behind those Icon Saturday Night Live Photos – CNN

What the F*ck Am I Doing? – Chris Ord Photography

The Rise of the Made-for-Instagram Museum – Wired

Filmmaking Legends on NY’s Creative Decay – Variety

How Women Photographed Europe’s Wars – DW

Thomas Ruff’s Manipulative Photography – Economist

The Rise of Science-Focused Artist Residencies – PDN

Life as a Documentary Photographer – BJP

What 50 Years Working As a Rodeo Photographer Is Like – UPR

The Photographer Going Large Format with Brides-to-Be – RF

Behind Vietnam’s Most Infamous Photo – USA Today

The Explosive New Documentary on the LA Riots – Ozy

Paying It Forward at the Eddie Adams Workshop – NYT

From Jackie Kennedy to John & Yoko, a Life in Pictures – Telegraph

The 100 Best Screenwriters Ever – No Film School

New Tech: Google’s Incredible New Photo App | 15 Top Mirrorless Lenses

POTD: Portrait of a Changing Life | Wegman’s Dog Dynasty



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