JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 05.07.21
Things are crazy nowadays.
Food prices keep going up.
Gas prices keep going up.
A leak shows that nine justices think they can pass legislature that will affect millions of people.
A war rages on, peoples lives changed forever.
And yet, we’re expected to be up, be creative, keeping our IG’s filled, getting those likes.
Who else feels like it’s hard?
Do you shoot for yourself or for the likes?
Really hope it’s for yourself.
Because if you don’t have that….
What do you have?
I’d be remiss if I didn’t wish two very special moms, my mom and Leslie – a very happy Mother’s Day! And happy Mother’s Day to all the mom out there reading my little piece of the internet today.
This Week’s Links:
What I Read This Week: While still working on The Sun Also Rises and Kitchen Confidential, I’ve been paying attention to The Other Half: The Life of Jacob Riiis and the World of Immigrant America. All three are really good. Just trying to split my time evenly in their pages.
What I Watched This Week: The final episodes of Ozark. I’ve liked this series from the beginning. I do have thoughts on the last five episodes, but no spoilers here. Want to discuss? Shoot me an email and we’ll chat. The one thing I’ll say…the final episodes were washed in a color palette that looked like a Dan Winters photograph.
Listen: Wonderful interview by Debbie Millman with Jack White and Ben Jenkins. This rocked my day on Monday when I listened to it on my morning ramble.
Clevescene: The New Black Vanguard – Photography Between Art and Fashion
Petapixel: How To Store Film Negatives
Petapixel: How Long To Photos Last?
Print Magazine: Ken Carbone on What is Iconic?
RIP: Photojournalist Viorel Florescu
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For the last two years things have been crazy. Right now, it’s just a different kind of crazy but crazy just the same. We’ll somehow muddle through as we always have. It will get better, it’s just gonna take a little while longer.