These are not snapshots; they're carefully planned & executed at great cost and trouble -- that's LF.
The book contains many high quality colour images of Burtynskys work and also a large amount of written material that is well worth the read.
There will definitely be more books about Edward Burtynsky, but Manufactured Landscapes will be difficult to surpass.
The book is beautiful. The contents were not exactly what I was expecting from promotional excerpts and visuals of the book.Published 7 months ago by Lisa S. Qualls
Being a landscape photographer and the owner of a large collection of photobooks, it takes more than super saturated imagery and cheap photoshop effects to impress me. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Nathan Everett
The booked shipped out very quickly. The book was well packaged. The condition of the book was great. Thanks so much.Published on January 3, 2012 by April
Edward Burtynsky's approach to photography in Manufactured Landscapes is not to celebrate or damn his subject but rather depict it in a way that says, "This is what it is". Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by victor lee
Edward Burtynsky is an extremely talented photographer and manages to capture the most dramatic and mysterious of scenes. Extraordinary photographs of some extraordinary subjects.Published on November 7, 2007 by K. Henshall
I discovered Ed Burtynsky by chance when waiting for my dentist...
It was a chock : over its technical knowledge, this guy is capable to find the perfect angle to show... Read more
the reproductions in the book were awful. i had seen his exhibition and purchased th e book because of it. the reproductions were not any where up to the originals. Read morePublished on March 16, 2006 by Ronald Meyerson
I viewed the original exhibition at the National Arts Gallery in Ottawa a few years back. The images are breathtaking, unnerving and awe inspiring.Published on February 26, 2006 by George Gibson