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Most impressive photography books (Wishlist) - GerbenG - May 3, 2017
Hi there all!
Over the years I have been very lucky to have had a lot of great photography books in my hands (great books of art and inspiration by great men; not instruction manuals, although they sometimes can be great as well; its not what i am talking about here). On my shell I have a few, including "dogs" by Elliot Erwitt, "The moment it clicks" and "The Hot Shoe Diaries" by Joe McNally, and "Heaven to Hell" by LaChapelle.
Hwever: On my wishlist are still two (which both are very expensive) : Waits / Corbijn, and the most impressive one:
"Before they pass away" by Jimmy Nelson.
The story behind this book is most fascinating, although it has also gotten a lot of criticism.
There is a backstage trailer about this book here
But now: I am of course always looking for more
What is on your shelf and what is on your wishlist? I would love to hear some great inspiration!
RE: Most impressive photography books (Wishlist) - RobertMurariu - May 4, 2017
I recently discovered Jimmy Nelson, i'm not into documentary style that much, but still, when i found out about his work and took a look at his pictures i saw pictures similar of
of those from photographers i used to look up and realised that a lot photographers are to copying him