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Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

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

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“I go to books and to nature as the bee goes to a flower, for a nectar that I can make into my own honey.” 
― John Burrough

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The True Story Behind an Iconic Vietnam Photo Was Almost Erased – NYT

Exploding the Myth of Robert Capa – Medium

The Best and Worst Oscar-Nominated Movie PostersWaPo

Building a Lens That Sees Behind Itself – Lensrentals

The Filmmaker Getting Paid to Learn Filmmaking – Backstage

5 Simple Ways to Lock Down and Protect Your Photo Brand – RF

Stop Striving For Work-Life Balance – Fast Company

Inside the Making of a 16K Time Lapse – PDN

Why a BBC Crew Broke a Filmmaking Taboo – BBC

How Moon Photos Were Developed in Space – National Geographic

The Death of Local News Is Making Us Dumber & More Divided – Motherboard

Can VR Save Wildlife?Independent

Just Don’t Call It Socialism – Reading the Pictures

What Paul Thomas Anderson Can Teach Us About Filmmaking – No Film School

Sigma’s Done More for APS-C Than Canon, Nikon & Sony Combined – DPR

Let’s Talk About Rules in Photography – Medium

Rihanna, But for Freelancers – McSweeney’s 

POTD: Double Portraits of Trauma and Coping

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Source: PDN Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

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