Photographers on Photography: How the Masters See, Think and Shoot

July 21, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Great read like others in the series I have read three others by the same author that have been more instructional and really helpful but this one is very different and an excellent read. Different in that it reads more like 40 or 50 brief interviews with accomplished or famous photographers with an accompanying photo illustrating their style or approach. It is really interesting to read the motives, methods and thoughts of those who have achieved at the highest levels in the genre. I found it helpful to make me think more about…

Anonymous says:

Not quite as good as 50 Paths by Michael Freeman I have enjoyed this book. Format is generally: Full page image, big headline and half a page of text for each of the 50 photographers covered. A handful of longer interviews which are generally quite interesting. This creates a concise summary that is easy to dip into.Some thought provoking material but not as practically helpful as Michael Freeman’s “Fifty Paths to Creative photography” which starts with the style/ philosophy rather than the photographer.A good quick read though.

Anonymous says:

simple but inspiring this series is very simple [nothing ground breaking] but the format is good to actually encourage getting out and taking pics.

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