Photo-journalism: Developing Style in Creative Photography

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RotoVision SA, 2002 - Photography - 142 pages
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Documenting human life and events has long preoccupied photographers, and given them wonderfully varied and challenging subject matter. This book brings together a striking collection of black and white images from a leading selection of international photographers and through them Terry Hope explores the techniques and thought processes behind the art of photojournalism.

The result is a mix of vital first-hand information and fine photography, indeed as the author declares in the introduction, "this is a book that's as much about images as it as about technique".

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About the author (2002)

Terry Hope is a regular contributor to the UK's national press, including The Times and The Guardian.

He is the author of a number of books for RotoVision, including Nudes and Portraits in the Black and White Photography series; Wildlife and Landscape in 'The World's Top Photographers' series, Extreme Photography and Fine Art Photography.

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