• Facebook

    500 K / likes

  • Twitter

    1 M / followers

Great Sunday Reads in Photography


Spend your Sunday the way you’re supposed to, with some great reading. Here’s our roundup of interesting articles and content from around the Web for photographers. Enjoy!

Think of It As Photography ReinventedLA Times

Death Bed Photography Could Be a Much-Needed Ritual – Mic

Seeking Complicated Beauty in Landscape PhotographyArt in America

Dorothea Lange and the Truth of PhotographyLA Review of Books

How Photographers Have Challenged What Masculinity Looks LikeArtsy

The Unsung Photographer of the 20th CenturyHuck

Picturing the American Family: From Frederick Douglas to Jamel ShabazzAperture

Bill Cunningham Was Street Photography at Its Most StylishBoston Globe

A Photographer Shining a Light on the ElderlyMy Modern Met

After Decades of War, A Photographer Finds New InspirationWashington Post

Photography Is Not a Crime, So Why Is It Treated As Such?Redshark News

The New Street PhotographyStreet Photography

The Search for Something Fresh in PortraitureLens Culture

Film Photography Has Found Its Feet AgainDPReview

How a Photographer With Vision Loss Makes His Art Washington City Paper

A Photographer’s Parents Wave Goodbye New Yorker

I Went to Iraq to Be a Photographer. I Became a MedicNew York Times Magazine

Photo Essay

Dancing, Working Loving

Video of the Week

Jim Marshal’s photographs tell the story of the cultural revolution that took place in the 1960’s, from jazz clubs to Woodstock. The NewsHour explores this unsung photographer’s work.