Nicole Ishida, September 6, 2011 (view all comments by Nicole Ishida)
As an amateur photographer I loved this book. Full of wonderful stories and written in a way that is informative, interesting and friendly. Wonderful insight into a very successful photography career.
Cheryl Dawson, November 20, 2008 (view all comments by Cheryl Dawson)
How inspiring! How beautiful! Truly, I am stunned by her work, her persistence, her insight, her sensitivity. Annie Leibovitz is our American Treasure. Don't miss this book.
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Get the stories behind Leibovitz's photos — who, how, where, and why. The Stones on tour and the queen at Buckingham Palace; a surgeon in Kosovo and Baryshnikov on Cumberland Island. At Work is a treasure for photographers and fans alike.
"As she reflects with humility and gratitude on all that she has observed, and shares what she has learned as an artist and a human being, her photographs, so lusciously reproduced, take on new dimension."
The most celebrated photographer of our time discusses portraiture, fashion photography, lighting, and digital cameras. Leibovitz describes how her pictures were made, starting with Richard Nixon's resignation and ending with Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
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