Approaching Photography

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Photographers' Institute, 2004 - Photography - 167 pages
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An invaluable course in photographic aesthetics."--Modern Photography

Paul Hill's seminal book of photojournalism is back, now revised to cover the most contemporary issues in photography, and more beautiful than ever, with bronze panels and lettering on the cover. The focus is on the images themselves, with abundant examples by some of the world's finest practitioners. The exquisitely designed pages feature Hill's own works, of course, and also those of such greats as Victor Burgin, Fay Godwin, Emmett Godwin, Duane Michals, and Jo Spence. Hill tackles such basic but important topics as how the camera sees photographs and how to read them, and also analyzes contemporary attitudes to photography and the different approaches taken by a variety of photographers to a range of subjects.

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Paul Hill has built an award-winning record as a leader in the placement industry through his work as president of ADV Advanced Technical Services Inc. (ADV), an international search and placement company. He is recognized as a new breed of Internet job search expert by his loyal followers, dedicated to guiding and educating professionals to be proactive by adopting professional Internet branding best practices through his work as chief instructor and principal of TransitionToHired, a division of ADV. He lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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