#267: What’s Left For Humans To Do?

© Michael Wolf

This week, what happens when machines learn enough to not only sort pictures, but make them? Is creativity just an algorithm after all? Also, a discussion around self-publishing using a cookbook as an example as well as a reader who’s life was changed by it. Michael Wolf is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #RandomDoubleExposure

macOS High Sierra Preview – Apple

Affinity Photo – Professional photo editing for iPad

Why We Are Self Publishing the Aviary Cookbook – Lessons From the Alinea Book.

Watch Grant Achatz In An Exclusive ‘Chef’s Table’ Clip From Netflix – Eater Chicago

The Alinea Project by Allen Hemberger — Kickstarter

Allen & Alinea: One Man’s Odyssey Through an Iconic Cookbook – YouTube

Mario Testino’s sexiest snaps get supersized for exhibition | Dazed

How Photography is Changing in the Age of Machine Learning | PDN Online

Mario Testino Undressed – TASCHEN Books

Archillect (@archillect) | Twitter

The lawn-mowing-in-a-tornado dad photo that inspired a thousand memes – The Washington Post

Peebles Island | The Daily Gazette

Silence in Synesthesia – Photographs and text by Wen Hang Lin | LensCulture


The Last of “Tokyo Compression” | PDN Photo of the Day

‘On The Night Bus’ is published 17th Nov 2016 | NICK TURPIN

The Transparent City – Photographs by Michael Wolf | LensCulture

jeffery saddoris — Process Driven: Sean Tucker