Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday June 29, 2018 | Media

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“Fools have a habit of believing that everything written by a famous author is admirable. For my part I read only to please myself and like only what suits my taste.” ― Voltaire


Protecting the Right to Photograph, Or Not to Be Photographed – Lens

The Art of the Personal Project – A Photo Editor

How Early 20th Century Critics Got Photography Wrong – Exposure

The Land and the Landscape – Aperture

I Try Not to Despair, But It’s Hard – Conscientious Photographer

Why Creatives Respond to Intrinsic Motivation – Creative Review

5 Lessons About the Drone Part of Drone Photojournalism – Poynter

How Photojournalists Transition to Video Companies – PDN

Unable to Leave U.S., This Dreamer Creates Surreal Photos – Artsy

Distance Is Punishment – Vantage

The Lawless Energy of Teenage Girls – New Yorker

Does Your Documentary Need a Sales Agent? – No Film School

One Photographer’s Experience of Chromesphesia – Feature Shoot

So Your Photo’s a Meme. Now What? – Rangefinder

Maybe It’s a Filmmaker’s Job to Look for Hope – Filmmaker

Will Facebook’s Big Content Bet Pay Off? – Variety

The Best New Shows You’re Not Watching – IndieWire

POTD: The Surfers of New York and New Jersey

Tech: The Best Cameras for Color Reproduction, Ranked | Sony’s $12K Lens

Deals of the Week: Special Savings for Creatives | Nikon June Bundle Blast


Travel and landscape photographers Ira Block and Colby Brown discuss the challenges and opportunities facing landscape photographers today.