Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday March 2, 2018 | Media

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“I think we ought to read only the kind of books that wound and stab us. If the book we’re reading doesn’t wake us up with a blow on the head, what are we reading it for?” 
― Franz Kafka


Meet PDN’s 30 for 2018 – PDN

How I Got That Viral Shot of Hope Hicks – Time

The Biggest Flops in Cinema Technology – The Conversation

Photos Made with the Ashes of Deceased Shelter Dogs – Feature Shoot

We Regret to Inform You That Vero Is Bad – Gizmodo

My Best Photograph Is of Jim Morrison – The Guardian

Pushing Documentary Photography to Its Fullest Range – RTP

Lola Flash Is Ready for Her Moment – Aperture

5 Reasons Why You Should Build a Film Collective – No Film School

Print Judges Dish on What It Takes to Win – Rangefinder

The Art That Embraces the Incoherence of the Web – Hyperallergic

The Sinister Purpose Behind Augmented Reality – Vantage

The Color of Humanity in Sally Mann’s South – New Yorker

How Twitter Lost the Internet War – Vanity Fair

Towards a Photo Book Taxonomy – Conscientious Photographer

A Portrait of an Artist – Documentary 

A Maverick of Japanese Photography – New York Times

4 Cool Products We Spotted at WPPI Launchpad – RF

Tech: Meet the Sony a7 III | New Photo Gear at WPPI

POTD: Wandering New York City with Arlene Gottfried



This week, some eye candy: watch blooming flowers interact with fire, ice, and ink in this  time-lapse by Thomas Blanchard.