Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll
Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll
Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll
Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll
Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll
Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll
Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll

Photographers on photography: how the masters see, think & shoot by Henry Carroll

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Photographers on Photography reveals what matters most to fifty masters of photography through a carefully curated selection of quotations, images, and interviews. With enlightening text by Henry Carroll, author of the internationally bestselling Read This If You Want To Take Great Photographs series, you’ll discover how the giants of the genre developed their distinctive visual styles and the core ideas that underpin their practice. The insightful perspective from these influential artists will inspire your own photographic process and, most importantly, help determine what photography means to you.

 

Interviews with Olivia Bee, Esther Teichmann, Alex Soth, Ron Jude, Broomberg & Chanarin and further inspiration from: Eddie Adams, Lisette Model, Irving Penn, Garry Winogrand, Viviane Sassen, Maisie Cousins, Harley Weir, Gillian Wearing, Dorothea Lange, Hellen Van Meene, Man Ray, David Hockney, Ansel Adams, Daido Moriyama, Ralph Gibson, Saul Leiter, Todd Hido, Richard Misrach, Tacita Dean, Amalia Ulman, Alison Jackson, Jason Fulford, James Welling, Paul Graham, Laia Abril, John Baldessari, Lars Tunbjörk, Richard Avedon, Wendy Red Star, Dana Lixenberg, Edward Weston, Roni Horn, Vik Muniz, Penelope Umbrico, Ryuji Miyamoto, Bill Henson, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Ishiuchi Miyako, Leiko Shiga, Joan Fontcuberta, Charles Sheeler, Brandon Lattu, Nobuyoshi Araki, and William Henry Fox Talbot.

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128 pages
50 illustrations