Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday May 11, 2018 | Media

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“There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them.”
― Joseph Brodsky


In Memory of Anne Coates, Legendary Editor – NY Times

SmugMug CEO on the Flickr Buyout – Amateur Photographer

Want to Create a Compelling Photo Book? Read On – PDN

Bringing an Eerie Self Portrait to Life – Rangefinder

A Most Radical Film Festival – Documentary

A Tale of Two Photo Scams – Enlightened Images

Shooting the Misfits, Starlets & Drag Queens of Warhol’s Studio – Artsy

Why Do People Risk Their Lives for a Selfie? – The Conversation

The Global Threat to a Free Press – Poynter

Photographer to Watch: David Denil – British Journal of Photography

The ’90s Are Back – Aperture

On the Inside Looking In – Duck Rabbit

Cannes 2018: Drugs, Drama & Forbidden Love – Huck

Reimagining the History and Trauma of the Holocaust – Vantage

Portraits of the Last New York Indie Booksellers – My Modern Met

Something Bold, Something Pure – It’s Nice That

A Forgotten Photographer Who Preserved 1920s-30s New YorkNY Trib

Why Polaroid Photography Is Making a Comeback – The National

The Netflix and Amazon Experiment – DigiDay

A Deep Dive into the Most Ambitious Android Ever – The Verge

POTD: Do You Really Know Your Neighbors?

TECH: Hasselblad’s Widest Lens Yet | The World’s Fastest 75mm

Deal of the Week: Nikon Holiday Pricing Is Back!




Ted Forbes riffs on the observation that every photographer working today is using gear that’s far, far superior to what Ansel Adams used to create his masterpieces. So what should that tell us about photography and technology?