#291: It’s All About The Torque

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This week, we discuss a recent article talking about “capitalist realism,” an idea that suggests that the work of Annie Leibovitz and Gregory Crewdson are two sides of the same coin in terms of the worlds they represent. Also, we weigh in on a photographer who decided to make an editorial decision on a photograph that didn’t go well. Plus, Fuji is being sued by Polaroid over Instax. Robert ParkeHarrison is our Photographer of the Week.

Annie Leibovitz’s Capitalist Realism | Conscientious Photography Magazine

The tension between creativity and productivity


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The History of Photography is a History of Shattered Glass – The New York Times

Leonardo da Vinci Painting Sells for $450.3 Million, Shattering Auction Highs – NYTimes.com

Stephen Shore on Why Young Photographers Need to Start with Film

Polaroid Demands Millions From Fujifilm For Copying Its Trademarked White Film – DesignTAXI.com

Robert ParkeHarrison – Wikipedia

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