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I have not read all these titles, however they are on my want to read list.
The DAM Book by Peter Krogh: Digital Assett Managment. Digitizing your photos, documents and graphics. "In the last decade, Peter has become one of the world’s foremost authorities on Digital Asset Management and workflow."
Scanning Photos with Your Camera: 1.7 hr video by an expert Peter Krogh
Digital Asset Management Workflows: From Content Creation to Long-Term Storage by Corey Chimko of Cornell University. 1 hr. video seminar.
Light Science & Magic: An Introduction to Photographic Lighting
Provides photographers with a comprehensive theory of the nature and principles of light to allow individual photographers to use lighting to express their own creativity. It will show you how to light the most difficult subjects such as surfaces, metal, glass, liquids, extremes (black-on-black and white-on-white), and people.With more information specific for digital photographers, a brand new chapter on equipment, much more information on location lighting, and more on photographing people
Photography Documentaries: most on the list are available to watch now at the link above, a few are pay per view. Courtesy of Photography Domination (my favorite is Vivian Maier)
Ansel Adams – A Documentary Film (1:22:33)
Annie Leibovitz (50:23)
Daido Moriyama – In Pictures (11:21)
Dorothea Lange – An American Odyssey (37:46)
Henri Cartier-Bresson – The Decisive Moment (18:39) Must Watch!
Martin Parr – No Worries (15:39)
Nadav Kander – Photographer Spotlight (17:37)
Richard Avedon – Darkness and Light (1:25:58)
Sam Abell – The Life of a Photographer (43:00)
The Colourful Mr. Eggleston (47:44) Must Watch!
The Many Lives of William Klein (58:53) Must Watch!
Vivian Maier (1:09:41)
Lomography – Shoot from the Hip (59:21)
National Geographic – The Photographers (53:35)