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If you're after a pocket primer in contemporary art photography, Why It Does Not Have to Be In Focus offers an incisive starting point. --The Daily Telegraph
It's a great book - inventive, and persuasively argued. --Amateur Photographer
Really nice overview of a variety of genres and practitioners.
The themed chapters each include an interesting informed chapter title pages, that explain that genre and... Read more
Challenging but lots of intriguing insights. I felt that I would have preferred fewer photographers and more about each picture. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. Gareth Williams
I haven't really had the chance to look at this book, but i find it very limiting. Compared to other photography books i have, this book gives me a very limited read/look at... Read morePublished 3 months ago by P. S. Wood
Great book that provides good value for money and a lot of useful information to enable a good appreciationPublished 3 months ago by Merlin
This is a gem. It's not without its flaws but for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of photography than the glurge on the internet, start here. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Dynan
As a student studying Photography at University, I brought this book after one of my lecturers recommended it to me. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Hannah Smith
A marvellous introduction to modern photography. Using many photographs looked at in depth to illustrate modern techniques and ways of looking at photography.Published 13 months ago by Joe Turner