#206: It’s Hard to Juggle Slowly


This week, are you a multitasker? Or is multitasking merely a buzzword to make us feel like we’re actually getting things done? A voicemail from a listener has us discussing our approaches to managing multiple projects. Also, it’s not always about the picture — story is still important, especially when you’re pitching ideas to magazines and editorial outlets. Plus, 30 years after Chernobyl, our fascination with abandoned places and a terrific Crit Wall entry from the G+ Group. Tim Walker is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #discarded


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ESPN’s Tim Rasmussen on the Story Pitches that Land Assignments

Still Cleaning Up: 30 Years After the Chernobyl Disaster – The Atlantic

Chernobyl Uncensored – Documentary – YouTube

An alternative view of New York | Forgotten New York

A Too-Perfect Picture – The New York Times

Abandoned America | Matthew Christopher’s Autopsy of the American Dream

Why Mapplethorpe Still Matters – The New York Times

Review: ‘Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures’ on HBO Gives Context to Controversy – The New York Times

Sheri Lynn Behr’s Be Seeing You is a series about surveillance.

Palette Gear: Hands-on Control of your Favourite Software

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Tim Walker Photography

Fashion Story: Lady Grey by Tim Walker – YouTube

Tim Walker interview: In Fashion – YouTube

Tim Walker – Pictures by teNeues.de

Tim Walker “Pictures” on Amazon

Young men in Arles compete to see who can pull the ring off a bull’s horns. The…