#253: Imagineers Are Never Gonna Do South Park

© Eli Reed

This week, we respond to a couple listener emails — one involves questions around valuing work and the other is a followup to last week’s discussion around barriers. Also, what do you expect when you post your work online? Are you looking for constructive criticism, likes or is it just a vehicle for sharing what you make? Magnum photographer Eli Reed is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #staircase

Ellen DeGeneres Surprises Brooklyn Students With College Scholarships | NBC New York

Sony announced the world’s fastest SD card with 300MB/s read and write speed – 43 Rumors

Pro Tools | First | Avid

Log Commercial – YouTube

Eli Reed – Wikipedia

Magnum Photos Photographer Portfolio

Photojournalist Eli Reed Shares Some of His Favorite Images

Photographer Eli Reed – YouTube

Eli Reed: The Lost Boys of Sudan – YouTube

#252: That’s Not What Cameras And Books Were Made For

#251: I’m Just Gonna Shut Up And Sit Here

© Lorna Simpson

This week, we’re talking about film gear and answering some listener questions about our favorite film cameras. Also, a discussion around the challenges of becoming derivative of your own work, especially when you’ve done it for decades. We use Billy Joel and Mark Seliger as examples. Plus, despite low earnings, camera makers are still developing some pretty incredible tech. Lorna Simpson is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #convergence

The Best Camera For Beginning Film Shooters? Maybe! | Fstoppers

Pentax K1000 – Wikipedia

Depeche Mode – Where’s the Revolution – YouTube

Duckpin bowling – Wikipedia

Synthetic ice – Wikipedia

Abstract The Art of Design Trailer: Netflix Designers Docuseries | IndieWire

Rolling Stone to Christopher Street: 30 Years of Portraits – Interview with Mark Seliger | LensCulture

Billy Joel – Here’s The Thing – WNYC

Is Obama’s official White House photographer trolling Donald Trump?

GoPro lost $373 million during its awful 2016 – The Verge

Nikon restructuring causes casualties to bottom line, camera line and production line | TechCrunch

Panasonic announces the World’s first Organic CMOS Image Sensor

Photographs of working class Brits recreated 40 years later | Metro News

WPP-winning image “a staged murder for the press” says jury chair – British Journal of Photography

in the 70s, Toys of the Seventies, Spinwelder

Lorna Simpson Studio

BOMB Magazine — Lorna Simpson by Coco Fusco

TateShots: Lorna Simpson – Studio Visit – YouTube

Lorna Simpson, Artist Talk 10.8.15 – YouTube

Lorna Simpson Studio – Waterfall

#250: Like the Whos in Whoville

© Addison Scurlock

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

100 Megapixels – New Standard in Advertising Photography – Blair Bunting

‘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

#249: Ancillary Collaboration

© Chuck Stewart

This week, we discuss the seemingly innate skills and abilities of our fathers and grandfathers and how somewhere along the way, that “folk wisdom” was either lost or perhaps no longer needed. Were the skills handed down to them, or simply a byproduct of the time and place in which they lived? Have we evolved? Also, we mention a few terrific documentaries about art and design that are currently available for streaming. Chuck Stewart is our Photographer of the Week.

Metallica Performs “Atlas, Rise!” – YouTube

Popcorn Sutton`s last dam run of Likker [FULL MOVIE] – YouTube

Modern art was CIA ‘weapon’ | The Independent

Episode #9: The CIA/AbEx Connection — ArtCurious Podcast

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Amazon.com: Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel: Diana Vreeland, Lauren Bacall, Diana Von Furstenberg, Marisa Berenson

Amazon.com: Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict: Marina Abramovi?, Dore Ashton, Stephanie Barron, Diego Cortez: Amazon Digital Services LLC

The White House | Flickr

Obama White House | Flickr

Interview with Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza

The President’s Photographer: Fifty Years Inside the Oval Office – YouTube

The presidents photographer PART 1 – YouTube

One Year with the Pentax 645Z

My Pentax 645z Medium Format Conversion in a Nutshell – Medium

Leica Sofort // Photography – Leica Camera AG

Zink (technology) – Wikipedia

Chuck Stewart – Wikipedia

Chuck Stewart | Credits | AllMusic

Remembering Jazz Photographer Chuck Stewart – The Daily Beast

Chuck Stewart, Jazz Photographer, Dies at 89; – The New York Times

The Jazzy Blue Notes of Reid Miles – Retinart