Through the Lens: National Geographic’s Greatest Photographs

November 9, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

A companion to ‘Portraits’ and an interesting book This is a true companion to NatGeo’s ‘Portraits’ and complements it.’Portraits’ very obviously concerns itself with images of people worldwide, from the earliest days of the 20th Century until today. This volume includes photographs of a similar range of ages including a proportion of people images but the majority can be otherwise categorised. Some are landscapes, some street photography but many could be considered as ‘travel’ or ‘human interest’ as that is the nature of the…

Anonymous says:

Georgeous Bought this book for a photographer friend. He really appreciated it – but then I think anyone would. The pictures are stunning. It is the type of book you can loose yourself in for hours as the pictures transport you to other places and cultures and you almost end up seeing through the eyes of other human beings in different countries and from different eras. It is both uplifting and thought provoking.I liked the book so much I ordered one for myself – or I thought I did – my book…

Anonymous says:

Certainly not their greatest I have several of these N.G. square format books and only a small percentage of these photos would make it into those. Also, photos are thoughtlessly printed across the gutter, which messes up many that might be quite good otherwise. In short, not the greatest from N.G. by a long shot.

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