#213: You’re Not About the Craft If You Use Laser Triggers

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This week, we’re talking about memories, specifically the culling of photographic memories. If forced to choose, how do you decide which memories to keep? What single shot best captures your childhood, your wedding, your parents or children? In the deluge of photographic imagery, how you choose the right lifeboat? Also, Cindy Sherman has released her first new work in five years, but without any context, is it any good? Hiro is our Photographer of the Week.

The Making of Amadeus (2002) – YouTube

Samuel Pepys: Diary, Letters, Family Tree, Maps, Encyclopedia, Discussion and more

Which Rock Star Will Historians of the Future Remember? – The New York Times

Google made an insanely high-res camera to preserve great works of art | The Verge

Life’s Little Adventures: Avedon Years

Artist Series :: Laura Wilson | The Art of Photography

Cindy Sherman Releases First New Work in 5 Years – Feature Shoot

Facebook Removed This Father and Son Photo Twice – Bokeh by DigitalRev

Medium Format Misc YASHICA MAT 124G | KEH Camera

Rolleiflex Rolleinar 1 Close Up Lens – Dave Carroll

Hiro (photographer) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Indelible Images From a Fashion Photography Icon – The New York Times

Hiro (Yasuhiro Wakabayashi) on Pinterest

Photographer : Hiro (yasuhiro wakabayashi) on Pinterest

Hiro: Photographs on Amazon

#212: Audience Inflation

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We’re a day early and all over the map this week, with topics including rating photographs in a changing aesthetic, online vs offline creative communities, making vs. sharing and a continuation of last week’s discussion about post-processing — specifically, how much is too much? Michael Kenna is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #crunch

New York Botanical Zoological Photography Society NYBZPS

PARK WEST CAMERA CLUB

Torpedo Factory Art Center

The WFMT Studs Terkel Radio Archive | A Living Celebration

See the Dramatic Differences Between Identical Twins Over Time | TIME

There Will Be GoPro Cameras Built Into This Year’s Grammy Awards Trophies

The Online Photographer: A Very Important Distinction in Post-Processing

Michael Kenna (photographer) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Michael Kenna

Michael Kenna – YouTube

Michael Kenna : A 20 Year Retrospective on Amazon

Michael Kenna: Images of the Seventh Day on Amazon

Welcome to the ILFORD Lab Direct

The Darkroom – Film Developing | Develop Film by Mail for $11

#211: I Do Wanna Be A Person Eating Pancakes!

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This week, we talk about the continuing evolution of photography from the perspective of seeing how genres are blending into one another and how so much of contemporary photography can fall under “lifestyle.” Also, two sides of a Photoshop discussion around retouching — one from the point of view of a model and the other from an icon of photojournalism. Plus, how do you feel about narrative in photography? Do you want to be told what a photo or body of work means, or do you prefer assigning your own narrative and/or backstory to the work? Bruce Davidson is our Photographer of the Week.

#210: I’m Over Here in Sharpshooter’s Corner

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This week, after a quick teaser of next week’s show, we’re taking your questions and attempting to answer them. Topics range from gear to legacy to what makes a great photographer. We love doing these shows and if you didn’t get a question in this time, keep an eye out for the next one. Maurice Tabard is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #Stilllife

Leica’s M-D is a digital camera for manual purists

Bugge Body Parts — Bill Wadman

Million Dollar Photographer

Pricing Guides | American Society of Media Photographers

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Control Freak Passive Volume Control | Emotiva

Tabard, Maurice : Photography, History | The Red List

Maurice Tabard – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maurice Tabard | MoMA

“Faking It” on Amazon

#209: Oddly Fascinating

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This week, the unexpected passing of Prince has us starting the show discussing art from the perspective of both ownership and influence. We talk about priorities (artistic and otherwise) and to what degree our presence in the world allows us to experience the world. Plus, we discuss some of the differences between opinion and critique and how who you ask can be just as important as what. Alex Prager is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #transition

Susan Rogers Reflects on Her Work with Prince | Berklee College of Music

Purple Rain’s sound engineer remembers Prince: ‘A very rare bird’ – Home | As It Happens | CBC Radio

The Moment with Brian Koppelman – Gabrielle Hamilton: 3/29/16 | Listen via Stitcher Radio On Demand

Aperture Anthology: The Minor White Years

Eric Clapton Opens Up About ‘The Very Real Way’ Prince Brought Him Out Of Depression

Sarah Oliphant – Conversations with Artists — Jonsar Studios

EO Hoppé’s portraits – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

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Peter Capaldi: ‘A lot of surrealist art is about sex’ – video | Art and design | The Guardian

Unlock Art – Search results | Tate

Alex Prager – Photography & Films

Alex Prager: Crowd Control | NOWNESS

MoMA | New Photography 2010 | Alex Prager

Sign ‘O’ The Times [Outtake] – YouTube