The Mind's Eye: Writings on Photography and Photographers
Michael L. Sand
Aperture, 1999 - Photography - 109 pages
The first compilation of writings by a master of photography.
One of the leading lights in photography of the twentieth century, Henri Cartier-Bresson is also a shrewd observer and critic. His writings on photography and photographers, which have appeared sporadically over the past forty-five years, are gathered here for the first time. Several have never before appeared in English.
The Mind's Eye features Cartier-Bresson's famous text on "the decisive moment" as well as his observations on Moscow, Cuba, and China during turbulent times, which ring with the same immediacy and visual intensity that he brings to his photography.
Cartier-Bresson remains as direct and insightful as ever in his writings. His commentary on photographer friends he has known-including Robert Capa, André Kertész, Ernst Haas, and Sarah Moon-reveal the impassioned and compassionate vision for which Cartier-Bresson is beloved.
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Review: The Mind's Eye: Writings on Photography and PhotographersUser Review - Wirunwan Pitaktong - Goodreads
beautifully written. gave an insight to this prolific photographer. Read full review
Review: The Mind's Eye: Writings on Photography and PhotographersUser Review - Nathan Eckman - Goodreads
If you're a photographer and haven't read this book you're really not a photographer. Not to say those who have read the book are photographers. But, this is a definite read for those who wish to become a great one. Read full review