#273: Kenneth Is Funded With Advice

This week, a listener asks for advice on how to fund a print project, which leads us on a discussion around potential solutions as well as options for compromise on what the end product looks like — something anyone who has made anything will likely be able to relate to. Also, a few stories that re-open the discussion around copyright and what a slippery slope it can be to navigate on both sides of the equation. Plus, “fake” is the new “it” word — fake news, fake photos, fake fame — but what happens when we really do lose our ability to tell fact from fiction? Martin Munkácsi is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #reverse 

A Band’s Not-So-Impressive Response To Being Called Out On Copyright Infringement

YouTuber upgrades base-model 5K iMac with seventh-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 64 GB of RAM, and more [Video] | 9to5Mac

A monkey selfie copyright case returns to the spotlight – CNET

El-Co Color Labs, Inc.

Picture Frames – Leading Online Store for Photo Frames

Xavier Roberts – Wikipedia

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – Wikipedia

Janus Films — David Lynch: The Art Life

Stuck Shutter Photography

Can you tell fake news when you see it? – The Washington Post

Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop


Kylie and Kendall Jenner are sorry they wanted to sell you an old Tupac shirt for $125 – LA Times

Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner sued by man who took Tupac photos they used on ‘vintage’ shirts – LA Times

On Taking Pictures — Kristopher

Martin Munkácsi – Wikipedia

Martin Munkacsi, 1896-1963 Photo Gallery by Oleg Moiseyenko’s Stock Photography at pbase.com

Martin Munkacsi: Think While You Shoot! | International Center of Photography