Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday February 9, 2018 | Media

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“I go to books and to nature as the bee goes to a flower, for a nectar that I can make into my own honey.” 
― John Burroughs


Everything You Think You Know About Fake News Is Wrong – The Drum

The Next Digital Photography Revolution – American Scientist

The Fearless Lynsey AddarioAperture

Hasselblad Pulls Back the Curtain on Their Factory – Verge

Creating a New Silver Print Process – PDN

The Self-Made Photog Behind Your Favorite Artists’ Portraits – Forbes

How to Create Great Light – Rangefinder

The Phenomena of the Photography Collective – BJP

Self Portraits Through the Eyes of My Lovers – 1000 Words

24 Set-Ups + 12 Hour Days x 3 Days – MovieMaker

A Note to Landscape Photographers: Don’t Miss the Moment – DP Review

I Was Homeless, Now I’m an Award-Winning Photographer – PetaPixel

Quentin Tarantino Explains Everything – Deadline

News Photos Look Way Better Now, Here’s Why – Poynter 

Christopher Nolan Broke the Rules with ‘Dunkirk’ – IndieWire

The Search for Jackie Wallace – Times-Picayune

The Photographer Capturing Sub Cultures That Won’t Die – Huck

Photojournalism’s #MeToo Moment – Newsy

Welcome to the Post-Text Future – NY Times

You’re Not Lazy – Medium

Five Bad Habits Destroying Your Focus – Inc

Tech:  Olympus Reimagines the Menu | Here’s Sigma’s Newest Art Lens

POTD: Where the Ghosts of Communism Walk



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