#201: No Such Thing as Never or Always


This week, how digital technology helped Emmanuel Lubezki shape the natural light on The Revenant. Also, we discuss the often cryptic presentation of online tutorials and ask: “How do you learn something new?” Plus, letting what you know affect what do and how far you’re willing to push outside your comfort zone. Check the show notes for teases of next week’s show. Ernesto Bazan is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #imaginary

Secret Service Agent ‘Choke Slams’ Journalist at Donald Trump Rally | VICE News

Inside Mark Seliger’s 2016 Oscar Party Portrait Studio | Vanity Fair

‘The Revenant’ Cinematographer Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki -­ Variety Artisans – YouTube

How Technicolor Put Finishing Touches on ‘The Revenant’ | Thompson on Hollywood

Bleach bypass – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Behind The Scenes “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou” – Painting With Pixels – YouTube

Take Better Photographs Quickly – Better Photography Tips by Karl Taylor Photography Courses.

Have We Been Playing Gershwin Wrong for 70 Years? – The New York Times

Google’s Artificial Brain Is Pumping Out Trippy—And Pricey—Art | WIRED

Oral Tradition in the Age of Smart Phones | Alexander MacDonald | TEDxFulbrightDublin – YouTube

Ernesto Bazan’s Cuban Trilogy – The New York Times

Camaraderie in Cuba: Ernesto Bazan’s Self-Publishing Philosophy | TIME