#242: Lack of Stasis

© Jack Davison

© Jack Davison

This week, we discuss TIME’s Person of the Year cover and portfolio, made by Nadav Kandar. Specifically, we unpack questions raised by the potentially subversive nature of the work and whether or not an artist has a responsibility to art before personal belief. As part of the discussion, we also reference a collection of Dorothea Lange’s previously censored photographs of FDR’s Japanese concentration camps. Jack Davison is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #framewithinaframe

A Look Into Time Magazine’s Latest Image of ‘Person of the Year’ Donald Trump – Resource Magazine

See Portraits of Donald Trump’s Most Trusted Advisers | TIME

Behind TIME’s Donald Trump Person of the Year Cover | TIME

Platon Tells the Story Behind His Portrait of Vladimir Putin

Green Day are selling all of their albums on cassette with an old school boombox – NME

Jon Wilkening

Nnadav Kander portrait of Scorsese

Dorothea Lange’s Censored Photographs of FDR’s Japanese Concentration Camps — Anchor Editions

First Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber

National Geographic Picture Atlas of Our Universe: Roy A. Gallant, Margaret Sedeen, Michael Collins: 9780792227311: Amazon.com: Books

A rare half-male, half-female butterfly — and other photos of evolutionary wonders – The Washington Post

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Hands-on Review – YouTube

2016 MKBHD Studio Tour in 360°! – YouTube

Affinity Photo 1.5 – our biggest update yet

(@billwadman) • Instagram Red Camera

(@billwadman) • Instagram Dead Enigma

Henri Cartier Bresson frame within a frame shot


Great Performers: The Portraits – The New York Times

Jack Davison (@jackdavisonphoto) • Instagram photos and videos