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Helpful votes received on reviews: 69% (11 of 16)
 

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American Colour 1962-1965 by Tony Ray-Jones
American Colour 1962-1965 by Tony Ray-Jones
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The book has a really great intro piece written by Liz Jobey, that rally gets to the point of the book and the development of Tony Ray-Jones as a photographer. I would recommend this book for both the images showing how a photographer develops and the recollections of Joel Meyerowitz contained in the writing.
Braun Oral-B Triumph 5000 Rechargeable Power Tooth&hellip by Oral-B
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This toothbrush I brought for my wife who loves the brush but thinks the extra wifi thingy for guiding your brushing is not so good and a waste of money she would have been happy with a 30-00 version
Raymond Depardon: Manhattan Out by Raymond Depardon
Raymond Depardon: Manhattan Out by Raymond Depardon
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Full of suprises, 17 May 2010
This book was full of suprises. I laughed at a few of the images in this book, as I know from experience as a photographer just how hard it can be to make images looking though the viewfinder. The suprise one gets when one sees an image that one took but did not frame with the viewfinder when they work is a wonderful feeling and yet one feels one is cheating in some way as one is not looking though the viewfinder to compose the image, which removes the fear of what will your subject think of you for pointing the camera at them. This fear of the stranger can be terroribly debilitating, yet this book shows that you can confront those fears and work though them to acheive great images… Read more