#268: The Similarities Are Too Similar

#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

MICHAEL WOLF PHOTOGRAPHY

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

#266: Dance Monkey, Dance

© Ty Cole

This week, we begin with a talk about the idea of obsolescence, from the perspective of tools and hardware that for seemingly arbitrary reasons are no longer able to be used. Also, a discussion around being on (or off) a roll creatively and how sometimes you can’t see the crest from the dip. Plus, does Instagram have a secret hashtag #blacklist? Ty Cole is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #Triplicate

The Soul of the Camera: The Photographer’s Place in Picture-Making: David duChemin: 9781681982021: Amazon.com: Books

VF Blackout on the Fuji GFX vis-à-vis the X-Pro 2 — The Broketographers

Ivanka Trump on Instagram: “Headed to tonight’s #tonyawards and looking forward to an amazing evening! Jewels, Clutch & Shoes: #IvankaTrump @nordstrom Gown:…”

Intrepid 8×10 Camera – An Affordable Large Format Camera by The Intrepid Camera Co. — Kickstarter

Wista 4X5 DXII field camera with 135mm + 90mm lenses + holders | eBay

@timtimoteo on Instagram: “Waiting for the future. #street #streetphotography #philly #phillygram #everydayphilly #people #peopledelphia #fujifilmx_us #color #spring…”

iPhone 7 Plus — Barbers — Apple – YouTube

Watch Bon Iver’s Epic ’22, a Million’ Concert in Brooklyn – Rolling Stone

Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman – Wikipedia

TY COLE | PHOTOGRAPHER

This Brutal World: Peter Chadwick: 9780714871080: Amazon.com: Books

Phaidon Book Sale

#265: Neuronic Connections

© Stanley Greene

This week, a brief discussion around depression after the tragic loss of Chris Cornell leads us into a discussion of Basquiat and the recent sale that put him at the top of the heap of American artists (at least in terms of dollars paid for a single piece). Also, do your tools or creative spaces imbue you with superpowers? Should we expect them to? Plus, Greg Heisler of light and color. Photojournalist Stanley Greene is our Photographer of the Week.

REPOST – Chris Cornell from June 2014 — WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

Jean-Michel Basquiat skull painting sells for record $110.5m at auction | Art and design | The Guardian

Is this Basquiat worth $110m? Yes – his art of American violence is priceless | Art and design | The Guardian

Pete Souza (@petesouza) • Instagram photos and videos

Some great ebooks for creatives |Adobe Community

Strobist: Lighting 103: Greg Heisler on Light and Color

Adam Savage’s One Day Builds: Chewbacca and C-3PO! – YouTube

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Stunning short film about the Apollo moon landing made from astronauts’ photos / Boing Boing

Hilarious Winners of the First Annual ‘Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards’ – FLOW ART STATION

Stanley Greene: The Death of a Poet

Stanley Greene, Teller of Uncomfortable Truths, Dies at 68 – The New York Times

Poet. Follower of light. Storyteller. A remembrance of photographer Stanley Greene. – The Washington Post

On Taking Pictures – Google+

#264: Advice Needs To Be Calibrated

© Chema Madoz

This week, a discussion around music producers leads to wondering if the same producer-artist relationship to be productive for photographers. Would bringing in an outside – yet trusted – set of eyes help newer, better work emerge? Also, where does criticism come into play? Do you post wanting unsolicited feedback or do you look for honest critique from only a select few. Plus, a couple listener emails on whether writing about photography (or art) helps or is even necessary and help in choosing full frame or crop sensor. Chema Madoz is our photographer of the week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #asymmetry

CENTER Juror’s Statements – CENTER

Opinion: A Disturbing Trend in Photography

The Nikon D500 – Reigniting The DX / FX Debate And A Few High ISO Photos

John Mayer BLACK1 Replica by MCG – YouTube

Leica M4 Garry Winogrand

Wear Good Shoes: Inspiring Advice from Magnum Photographers – Free guide from Magnum Photos | LensCulture

Chema Madoz – Wikipedia

Pagina web de Chema Madoz

Release The Kraken! | Know Your Meme