#179: The Timeline of that Osmosis


This week, we talk a little about the iPhone 6s and the iPhone’s impact on photography for both amateurs and professionals. Also, we discuss the Bruce Gilden photos that have been making the rounds lately from his recently released book, Face. Should intent be a factor in viewing or appreciating photography, or is it all about the end product? Also, a few teasers for next week, when we’ll be discussing influence and the question of whether or not something is art, simply because it moves you to attentiveness. Linden Gledhill is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #stranger

Jack Hollingsworth: Small Camera Big Results – YouTube

TV station shelves expensive gear to report the news with iPhones | Cult of Mac

A latter-day freak show? Bruce Gilden’s extreme portraits are relentlessly cruel | Art and design | The Guardian

Bryan Adams: Wounded: Amazon.co.uk: Bryan Adams: 9783869306773: Books

Bruce Gilden

Watch ‘The Warriors’ Recreate Their Last Subway Ride Home | Rolling Stone

Mad Max: Fury Road – The Silent Cut trailer | Live for Films

A one-of-a-kind marketplace from Steven Soderbergh. – Extension 765

Keith Richards: Under the Influence – Trailer – A Netflix Documentary [HD] – YouTube

IT MIGHT GET LOUD | Sony Pictures Classics

‘Yes I’m obsessive’: The 50,000-hour paintings of Ben Johnson – BBC News

Joey L. – NYC-based Photographer and Director

Linden Gledhill Photography

Science Photographer Reveals Beauty of the Microscopic World