Synopses & Reviews
In The Photographer’s Eye, Michael Freeman showed what a photographer needs to do in the instant before the shutter is released. In the sequel, The Photographer’s Mind, he explained the way that professional photographers think a picture through before taking it. Both of these international best-sellers featured Michael’s own photography: stunning landscapes, revealing portraits, and fascinating street photography. Now, in The Photographer’s Vision, he examines the work of photography’s greats, explaining how to look at a photo - and how to learn from looking at it.
- From best-selling author Michael Freeman, with over 90,000 copies of The Photographer’s Eye sold in North America.
- Features work from some of the most distinguished names in photography’s history: Nick Knight, Frederick Henry Evans, Frans Lanting, Tim Page, Wolfgang Tillmans, Nan Goldin, Paul Outerbridge, Walker Evans, Cindy Sherman, Elliott Erwitt, Trent Parke, Jeff Wall, Paul Strand, Romano Cagnoni, Horst Faas, James Casebere and many more.
- Provides visually stunning photos as well as intellectually authoritative narrative.
About the Author
Michael Freeman is a renowned international photographer and writer who specializes in travel, architecture, and Asian art. He is particularly well known for his expertise in special effects. He has been a leading photographer for the Smithsonian magazine for many years, and has worked for Time-Life Books and Reader’s Digest. Michael is the author of more than 40 photographic books, including the hugely successful Complete Guide to Digital Photography and The Photographer's Eye. For his photographic educational work he was awarded the Prix Louis Philippe Clerc by the French Ministry of Culture. He is also responsible for the distance-learning courses on photography at the UK's Open College of the Arts.
Author of The Photographer’s Eye, which has reached 100,000 copies in print in the US alone, and 300,000+ worldwide, Michael Freeman has been a leading photographer for the Smithsonian magazine for many years, and has worked for Time-Life Books and Reader’s Digest.
Table of Contents
A Momentary Art
The Genres of Photography
Capture to Concept
The Skill to Capture
Color and Not