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Leonard Freed: Worldview Hardcover – 3 Sep 2007

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4.0 out of 5 stars Sign of the times 6 Aug. 2009
By Paulo Nicolau - Published on Amazon.com
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The title of the book says it all, if you like photojournalism you must own this book, its full of great pictures by a great photographer.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Oh what a wonderful book 3 Nov. 2007
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I was not aware of the work of Leonard Freed, and was handed this book by a salesman in an art book store. The photographs are revelatory. There is not a mediocre picture amoung them. Every photo has this amazing feel of the perfect moment caught by chance, while at the same time possessing a compositional quality that reminds one of renaissance paintings with their pyramidal compostions. There is also a humanity and a quality of pathos to many of the pictures that take them beyond the merely visual and into the realm of timeless art. I have been dipping into this book again and again, and still have not tired of it. Although such comparisons are not valid, I have just bought a book of Steichen, and found it much less fascinating when judged next to this. The reproductions are sharp, well produced, and full-page. Treat yourself if you love photography.
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