#273: Kenneth Is Funded With Advice

This week, a listener asks for advice on how to fund a print project, which leads us on a discussion around potential solutions as well as options for compromise on what the end product looks like — something anyone who has made anything will likely be able to relate to. Also, a few stories that re-open the discussion around copyright and what a slippery slope it can be to navigate on both sides of the equation. Plus, “fake” is the new “it” word — fake news, fake photos, fake fame — but what happens when we really do lose our ability to tell fact from fiction? Martin Munkácsi is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #reverse 

A Band’s Not-So-Impressive Response To Being Called Out On Copyright Infringement

YouTuber upgrades base-model 5K iMac with seventh-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 64 GB of RAM, and more [Video] | 9to5Mac

A monkey selfie copyright case returns to the spotlight – CNET

El-Co Color Labs, Inc.

Picture Frames – Leading Online Store for Photo Frames

Xavier Roberts – Wikipedia

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – Wikipedia

Janus Films — David Lynch: The Art Life

Stuck Shutter Photography

Can you tell fake news when you see it? – The Washington Post

Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop

Matisse/Diebenkorn

Kylie and Kendall Jenner are sorry they wanted to sell you an old Tupac shirt for $125 – LA Times

Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner sued by man who took Tupac photos they used on ‘vintage’ shirts – LA Times

On Taking Pictures — Kristopher

Martin Munkácsi – Wikipedia

Martin Munkacsi, 1896-1963 Photo Gallery by Oleg Moiseyenko’s Stock Photography at pbase.com

Martin Munkacsi: Think While You Shoot! | International Center of Photography

 

#272: If I Stand Still, That’s When the Cobwebs Grow

#271: Hanging Out With The Other Kids Drinking Cristal

© Jason Lee

This week, for all of the “improvements” in the creative tools we use — specifically around software — have they really gotten noticeably better? Faster, yes. But are we more productive and is the work we produce better because of the tools or is it something else? Also, nepotism might get you in the door, but it doesn’t keep you in the game. Plus, should an artist be allowed to destroy his or her work from beyond the grave? Jason Lee is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #electric

Affinity Photo – Professional image editing software

Stop the Hate Towards Brooklyn Beckham Simply Because Nepotism Exists | Fstoppers

bb (@brooklynbeckham) • Instagram photos and videos

Photobucket Plus Storage | Photobucket

Edward Albee’s Final Wish: Destroy My Unfinished Work – NYTimes.com

PHOTOGRAPHS — RYAN McGINLEY

Every FORD Truck from 1917 to 2016 AWESOME! – YouTube

Photographs — Jason Lee

jason lee (@jasonlee) • Instagram photos and videos

Jason Lee’s Photography of a Dust-Covered America

“A Plain View” with Jason Lee by The Kodakery | Free Listening on SoundCloud

de Kooning: A Way of Living

#270: The Luster Dulls Over Time

© Lilian Day Thorpe

This week, we’re talking about inherited meaning, specifically related to last week’s discussion around using tintype to capture older blues musicians and how that process seemed to “fit” the subject matter. Does the process give the photographs more meaning? Is the fact that they are actual tintypes “better” than if a similar effect had been achieved with a preset or a filter? Also, a terrific story about a husband and wife, their Hasselblad, and the Moon. Lilian Day Thorpe is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #interference

Karl Taylor Education | Photography training by Karl Taylor

Batman 66 Labels (@batlabels) • Instagram photos and videos

A Big Dumb Button · DEDPXL

The death of the electric guitar – Washington Post

Gibson Guitar: Min-ETune™

Six Months with the M2 and My Struggles with the Myth of Leica – Casual Photophile

Forget digital. Film is still king when photographing the American landscape. – British Journal of Photography

Sony announced a new 10 Megapixel Four Thirds sensor with instant HDR – 43 Rumors

The Inner Landscapes of Common Men: Bryan Schutmaat – Faded & Blurred

In This LA Neighborhood, Protest Art Is A Verb : NPR

Art Gallery Closures Grow for Small and Midsize Dealers – The New York Times

Home | Phaidon

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Lilian Day Thorpe

#269: Breadcrumbs To Find Your Way Home