Insightful and reflective, this book is about so much more than the obvious.
If none of your friends has an MFA, and if you are in need of someone who can speak intelligently about photography as art, then again, this book is for you.
Consider this book as a guide to understanding the `whys' of personal and professional photography.
For the photographer enthusiasts, Robert Adams provides an understanding of the essence of the art of photography. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard Raymond
A short, interesting book. I reccomend to anyone that is interested in the world of photography or the world of art.Published 16 months ago by Danielle
Gives anyone interested in photography food for thought. Helps you think about more than just what you are shooting
but also why you are shooting it.
Really. I have read each and every comment here, and I am a bit perplexed over the harshness of your crits Really! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Imagineruthgmail Com
I ordered this book from Amazon because it appears on the recommended lists of many photographers. It is nicely written but is a photographer's meditations. Read morePublished on September 30, 2012 by Slumming Angel
People who write about photography write about photography for people who write about photography. That was an old saying my Pappy used to tell me.Published on April 22, 2012 by Geronimo
I have owned this book since 1997. I have read it four times and each time I was left wondering what I've missed. And the answer is nothing. It is simply boring. Read morePublished on May 31, 2011 by Bruce Hart