Photojournalism, Volume 9

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Time-Life Books, 1983 - Photography, Journalistic - 232 pages
Presents some suggestions for making photographic stories out of events and their impact on people, such as 1) carry a camera, 2) go where the action is, 3) try to get multipicture stories, 4) be critical of the results.

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Great book I found at the library. It doesn't focus on the technical aspects of composition, like many other books. To me, that's a good thing. I liked the essays written for the book that went into the back-story and context of the book.

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Unlike others in the series, has aged well because of its focus on non-technical aspects. Same great photographs as usual. Read full review

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