What are your favorite photography books?

Updated on July 28, 2017 in Photography
0 on July 13, 2017

I have book acquisition syndrome and I’m not ashamed to admit it.

 

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1 on July 20, 2017

For starters .. and, in no particular order:

Lewis Baltz. “Park City”

Lewis Baltz. “Texts”

Anders Petersen, “Café Lehmitz”

August Sander, “Face of Our Time”

Martine Franck, “Women”

Thomas Struth, “Portraits”

Walker Evans, “American Photographs”

Robert Frank, “The Americans”

Josef Koudelka, “Exiles”

“New Topographics”

Robert Adams, “New American West”

Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes, “The Sweet Flypaper of Life”

 

on July 23, 2017

Hi,

My current favorite book is : “IN OSAKA” by Yamasaki Ko-ji. 

It’s a black and white street photography book. 

You can see the book with this link : 

 

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0 on July 23, 2017

Shomei Tomatsu’s ‘Skin of the Nation’ exhibition catalogue: if I were allowed to possess only one photo book it would be this.

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0 on July 28, 2017

My two favourite photography books are:

Nadav Kander – Yangtze the long river 

Stunningly beautiful journey following the Yangtze river.

Yves Marchand, Romain Meffre – The ruins of detroit

An incredible peice of work showing the tragic rise and fall of a city.

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My two favourite photography books are:

Nadav Kander – Yangtze the long river 

Stunningly beautiful journey following the Yangtze river.

Yves Marchand, Romain Meffre – The ruins of detroit

An incredible peice of work showing the tragic rise and fall of a city.

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