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Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Weekly roundup of the best articles from around the web for filmmakers, photographers and visual artists.

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Posted by Greg Scoblete

“Reading good books ruins you for enjoying bad books.” 
― Mary Ann Shaffer

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Facebook’s Fake Image Problem Isn’t Getting Better – Poynter

When the Camera Was (and Is) a Weapon of Imperialism – NYT

Steven Soderbergh’s Crackpot Theories – The Atlantic

The Legacy of Photos – Witness

How to Make a Living from Your Art Booooooom

Gus Van Sant on Cinematography – Filmmaker

Why Creative People Often Work in Pairs – Artsy

When Photojournalism & Performance Are Inseparable – Aperture

7 Bonkers VR Trends Heading Your Way – Creative Bloq

The Filmmaker Who Decolonised the Screen – Huck

Photographer You Should Know: Lois Bielefeld – Milwaukee Mag

Toying with Narrative and Interpretation in Street Photography – SP

Dear Partisan Journalists: Don’t Drag Photogs Down With You – PP

Documenting Populism – POV

The Boudoir Photographer Who Lost Her Breasts – Rangefinder

A Film That Tests the Limits of Its Subject and Its Filmmaker – Documentary

Still Life Debate: Strobe or Continuous? – PDN

POTD: Dark Photographs Inspired by Virginia Woolf

TECH: Here Are the Nikon Z’s New Features | Fuji’s Newest Camera

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Source: PDN Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

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