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A must. I lent a copy. Worried I'd never get it back I immediately bought another copy.Published 17 months ago by Thedogfelix
The best polaroid photographer ! Amazing story, highly recommend this book to know better his story of life.
And discover a part of the great pictures he has done !
The book is simply briliant :)
What made me really funny - it's oversized Newton's ego. Really. Read more
As a young man I occasionally stole a glimpse of Helmut Newton's work in my father's Playboy magazines. The strange sets and beautiful women always captured my fascination. Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by R. Diesel
If you're used to extraneous fluff in your reading, this autobiography isn't for you. With "Autobiography" Helmut Newton has given us something that is spare and completely... Read morePublished on September 18, 2009 by Doug Thacker
To hear the story of Helmut Newton is to hear a story of a bottom feeder making his way to the top. Growing up as a Jew in Germany during World War II and escaping to live on his... Read morePublished on June 23, 2005 by Photopro