Beauty in photography: essays in defense of traditional values

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Aperture, 1981 - Photography - 108 pages
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Eight essays discuss photography's right to be considered an art, its importance to society, and its aesthetic standards

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Review: Robert Adams: Beauty in Photography: Essays in Defense of Traditional Values

User Review  - Sarai Mitnick - Goodreads

A beautiful little book of essays dealing with many of the issues around creating art of any kind, but particularly photography. Truly inspiring. Read full review

Review: Robert Adams: Beauty in Photography: Essays in Defense of Traditional Values

User Review  - Alberto - Goodreads

A must read for any (landscape) photographer. It highlights with simplicity and candour the scope, value, and human relevance of this lifelong endeavour. Read full review

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Reconciliations with Geography
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A Hickman 103
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