Landscape “Best Of” Not quite a best of but very McCullin, dark broody landscapes that he is famed for. Nice to see some early if naive shots from the 60s to the more up to date images, just a few new images. He has an ability to leave out what is not needed, as the modern artist tends to punch in all those digital aspects and fill us with to much detail, often not required. It is a skill that is disappearing fast. He inspires me, be inspired yourself and dive in if you love the landscape and the true art of…
Mixed feelings The book is physically large and heavy but very well made which makes it excellent value for the asking price at Amazon. For me the content leaves a little to be desired though, which was very disappointing. The early 60’s images are excellent and capture the mood of the era perfectly but the more recent images of Somerset which feature heavily in the book do nothing for me, finding them gloomy and very similar which becomes monotonous. There are a few excellent images from around the world…
Brilliant I am well known for not being a fan of landscape photography.This is a book by one of the best photographers in the country. He makes the pictures his own. He has his own style of Dark and Brooding images and he still uses Film.This book is a bargain.
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