Look at this if you love great photography : a critical curation of 100 essential images / Gemma Padley.
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- ISBN: 9780711256040
- ISBN: 0711256047
- Physical Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
"Life's too short for bad photos, these choices really matter; packed with links to further reading, listening and viewing to take your enjoyment to the next level"--Cover.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Breaking the rules -- Photos that make you look twice -- A punch in the gut -- Reflecting on who we are -- Flirting with other art forms -- Photos that could be dreams -- Reappraising the everyday -- Colour is king -- A wonderful world -- Capturing what the eye can't see.
Discover the critically acclaimed photographs you simply must see. Look At This If You Love Great Photography is a must read for anyone who appreciates the power of the image. Featuring 100 of the best photographs ever captured on film, Gemma Padley offers concise, insightful summaries on just what it is that makes each one so special. Having written for some of the most important publications on modern photography, Gemma draws on her expert knowledge to reveal the fascinating stories behind these incredible pictures, focusing in on why each image chosen represents such a high point in photographic history. Uniquely curated to offer a fresh perspective on the medium, expect to see pictures from legends of the art form, including Ansel Adams and Martin Parr, alongside cutting-edge examples from the studios of the most creative photographers operating today. Whether it's gut-punching photojournalism that changed public opinion and made us question who we are, or images that rewrite the rules of photography and blur the lines between other art forms, this is a penetrating rundown of the pictures that really matter and you need to see them.
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