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!
The Technology That Could Replace the CMOS Sensor – IEEE Spectrum
Radical Street Photography, Defined by Color – Aperture
The Greatest Fashion Photographer You’ve Never Heard Of – New York Post
David Yarrow’s Unconventional Wildlife Photography – Outdoor Photographer
Dorothea Lang Reconsidered – Time
A Love Letter to the Ocean, in Towering Wave Portraits – My Modern Met
Unpacking the Frequently Misunderstood Iwo Jima Image – Monroe Gallery
Can Photography Help Depression? – Feature Shoot
How China Is Tightening Its Grip on Photographers – Hong Kong Free Press
Shooting the Australian Bush Fires on Film – Emulsive
An Iranian Turns Her Lens on America – British Journal of Photography
Revisiting Photography’s First Road Trip – Hyperallergic
A Photographer Spends 20 Years Documenting Still Births – The Atlantic
Video the Week
Being a photojournalist in a warzone is one of the most difficult jobs in the world. But what happens when that warzone is your own home? France 24 sits down with Syrian photographer Abdulmonam Eassa, who spent five years amidst near dailly bombardment documenting his country’s brutal civil war. This is his story.