ASMP — American Society of Media Photographers

Weekend Reading 2.23.2018

Some of the most interesting/useful/fun stories from around the web to check out over the weekend (Warning: Highly Bookmarkable). A weekly roundup of links curated this week by ASMP National Board Chair Luke Copping. 

A federal judge has ruled that embedded tweets can infringe on copyright. 

Celebrity shoots count. 

How to explain to the people that you live with that you are working. 

Structure your work from home day with these routines. 

An incredible interview between Akili Ramsess, Michele Agins, and Laylah Amatulla Barrayn about their experiences as black female photojournalists. 

Should the media publish images of gun violence. 

Photography and the addiction of compliments, praise, and positive criticism.

How to use gifs in your Instagram stories. 

Eight simple questions to rescue every burned out entrepreneur. 

Why leaving Instagram can rejuvenate your passion in photography. 

Studio fixtures that will make your life better.

The Eugene Smith Fund is currently having a call for applications. 

These are the four drivers of workaholism. 

Unsplash raises $7.25 Million — says photographs are still worthless. 

What can freelancers write off on their taxes?

The modeling world’s glamour hides a web of abuse. 

What happened when newsrooms abandoned photojournalism.

Even Peter Like says his work isn’t worth the money. 

Can local journalism survive Facebook and the demise of print advertising?

David DuChemin on editing your work. 

 

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