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Was expecting to see more images. Overall, an interesting look at photography from a alternate perspective.Published 22 days ago by Brian
I give the Kindle version three stars because it does not include the 12 color plates found in the book's hardcopy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JayTee
An a different and interesting insight to well known photosPublished 17 months ago by Martin Selway
The association of one photo to another is interesting. The photos selected are all well discussed with true or fabricated stories behind. However, there are two inadequacies. Read morePublished 17 months ago by kk
This is the view of photography from a writer not an art critic or photographer. Dyer gives his unique insight into several prominent photographers by speaking of particular... Read morePublished on April 30, 2013 by J. Andrews
"The Ongoing Moment" by Geoff Dyer is the single best book I've read about photography.
It's not about Photoshop-ography, or Camera-ography, so it's not a now-to book. Read more
rather pedantic and uninteresting presentation of the vacst spectrum of photographic history barely scratches the surface while displaynig the awesmoe intellect of the author . . Read morePublished on September 8, 2012 by Love Thy.Enemy