Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday July 20, 2018 | Media

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“A half-read book is a half-finished love affair.” 
― David Mitchell


Photojournalim’s Moment of Reckoning – Columbia Journalism Review

How Can Creative Industries Help Tackle #MeToo? – Creative Review

Inside Nikon’s Super Secret Sensor Design Lab – Imaging Resource

Welcome to Hollywood’s Age of Anxiety – Hollywood Reporter

How to Turn Street Photography Into Paid Work – PDN 

Here’s Why There’s a Boom in Documentaries – The Wrap

Giving the Homeless Cameras to Change Our Perspective – Guardian

18 Photographers Capturing the Way We Live Now – Huck

How We Judged the 2018 Audubon Photo Contest – Photoshelter

The Best Biographical Documentaries Ever Made – IndieWire

Everything Old Is New Again – Art Forum

Authoring Our Lives in the Age of Instagram – LA Review

How to Retouch Like a Pro – Rangefinder

The Strange Magic of 1980s YouTube Remix Culture – NPR

How the Ultimate Shark Photo Went Viral – National Geographic

When Female Artists Stop Being Seen as Muses – Paris Review

Meet the Journalist Fighting Fake News – Wired

POTD: Youth, Glamour, Sex and Immortality

TECH: Fuji’s New Sharpshooter | How Your DSLR AF System Works

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Micael Widell meditates on how going for a photo walk is unlike any other walk.