#250: Like the Whos in Whoville

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This week, have the tools taken the mystery out of photography? When you no longer think about technical requirements to make photographs, have we gone too far or is that the point? Also, a couple terrific submissions from listeners — including one that has us marvelling at photos from an earlier time in America. Plus, is there value in keeping meticulous records of your life? We’re celebrating Black History Month by spotlighting African American Photographers of the Week, beginning with Addison Scurlock.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #atwork

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‘With film, you can feel the photography’: P.E.I. Photo Lab still developing film – Prince Edward Island – CBC News

Film Photography: Kodak May Resurrect More Than Ektachrome | Time.com

Sports : A Study in Motion : Blair Bunting : Commercial Photographer : LA

A portrait of America

American Civil Rights – Magnum Photos

I Am Not Your Negro: Theater Showtimes & Ticket Purchasing – The Official Showtimes Destination

Joe Rogan Experience #906 – Henry Rollins – YouTube

U2 > News > The Joshua Tree Tour 2017

Lennart Nilsson, Photographer Who Unveiled the Invisible, Dies at 94 – The New York Times

Shealah Craighead is Officially Trump’s Chief White House Photographer

Scurlock, Addison (1883-1964) | The Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed

The Scurlock Studio: Picture of Prosperity | People & Places | Smithsonian

Annie King Phillips: Photography and the Addison Scurlock Family of Photographers – YouTube

The Scurlocks and Black Washington – YouTube

(571) Addison Scurlock Photography on Pinterest