The Education of a Photographer
Steven Heller, Charles Traub
Allworth Press, Sep 21, 2010 - COMPUTERS - 256 pages
• Ideal for art students at every level
• Illuminating words about creating great images
• Published in association with New York’s School of Visual Arts
What does it mean to become a photographer in the twenty-first century? This thoughtful collection of essays illuminates the spirit of the people who make the indelible images of our times. Aspiring and professional photographers—especially those in arts programs throughout the United States—will appreciate the comprehensive vision of The Education of a Photographer. Classic writings from the twentieth century as well as the thoughts of the most influential talents working today, plus essays from designers, editors, and gallery owners, make this a compelling look at what drives and inspires photographers to create great work.
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