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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    OK;here is the listing from my library:
    Hey, this list doesn't have "Way Beyond Monochrome"!!!
    Matt

    “Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”

    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    a few I'm partial to:

    Michael Ruetz Scottish Symphony
    Eye on Australia

    Barbara Bosworth (Sp?) Champion Trees

    William Eggleston
    Democratic Forest,
    Chromes

    Jan Staller Frontier New York

    Christopher Burkett
    Intimations of Paradise

    David Plowden Floor of the Sky

    Terry Evans Prairie:Earth and Sky

    Gary Irving Places of Grace

    Dick Arentz British Isles

    Joel Meyerowitz The Arch

    Michael Kenna Japan

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Hey, this list doesn't have "Way Beyond Monochrome"!!!

    and none of them "count" because they are technical manuals &c ..
    silver magnets, trickle tanks sold
    artwork often times sold for charity
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    One of my favorite "books" is 15 years of Swiss Camera magazine. Such variety.

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    sorry.I forgot to return them.
    Regards

    Ralph W. Lambrecht
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    www.waybeyondmonochrome.com

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    I found a few more of my art books I forgot to catalog the first time around:

    Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the End of Slavery Deborah Willis and Barbara Krauthamer Temple University Press 2013
    Eros & Thanatos Duane Michals Twin Palms Press 1992 Hardcover, First Edition, Limited Edition
    Dance Ink: Photographs J. Abbott Miller and Patsy Tarr Chronicle Books 1997 Anthology of photos from Dance Ink magazine, featuring the work of nearly 100 photographers
    Case Histories: The Presentation of the Victorian Photographic Portrait 1840-1875 John Hannavy Antique Collectors Club 2005
    Mediterranean Mimmo Jodice Aperture/PMA 1995 Exhibition catalog from the Philadelphia Museum of Art
    The Eternal Body Ruth Bernhard Chronicle Books 1986

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    I created a pdf version of my list, see Photo_Book_Collection
    For each photographer, I selected the one in my collection that I liked the best. The list only includes monographs.
    van Huyck Photo
    "Progress is only a direction, and it's often the wrong direction"

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    I would love to have all my books cataloged and indexed. I would love to have the same for all my LPs and CDs, but that ain't gonna happen either ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Brown View Post
    I would love to have all my books cataloged and indexed. I would love to have the same for all my LPs and CDs, but that ain't gonna happen either ...
    One of the neat things about these newfangled computer thingies is that if you start a simple catalogue database you can just add things to it in any order, and it can organize the additions for you.

    So it is always a good idea to start a catalogue like this.

    Just think first about what you want to use it for (affects the layout and organization) and how you want to mark things once they have been entered into the database.

    Oh, and back up your work!
    Matt

    “Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”

    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    I had always wanted a wall full of books. I'm halfway there. Here's my list, not exactly what one might refer to as light reading.

    Adams, A. Sierra Nevada and the John Muir Trail
    Adams A. An Autobiography
    Clarke, G. Alfred Stieglitz
    Taschen Alfred Stieglitz - Camera Work - The Complete Illustrations 1903-1917
    Litlle & Brown Ansel Adams 400 Photographs
    Lambrecht and Woodhouse Way Beyond Monochrome Ed2
    Mees, C. E. K. The Theory of the Photographic Process
    Vestal, D. The Craft of Photography
    Rudman, T. The Photographer's Master Printing Course
    Carroll, Higgins and James Introduction to Photographic Theory
    Adams, A. The Print
    Horenstein, H. Black and White Photography - A Basic Manual
    Horenstein, H. Beyond Basic Photography
    Vestal, D. The Art of Black and White Enlarging
    Neblette, C. B. Photography - Its Materials and Processes
    Chilton The Manual of Photography (formerly the Ilford manual)
    Wall, Jordan Photographic Facts and Formulas
    The Kodak Reference Handbook (50's)
    Garrett, J. Black and White Photography Masterclass
    Davis, P. Beyond the Zone System
    The Focal Encyclopedia of Photography (2 vol)
    Thomas, W. Ed. SPSE Handbook of Photographic Science and Engineering
    Carroll Black and White Processing Data Book
    Kingslake Lenses in Photography
    Little & Brown Ansel Adams in the National Parks
    US War Department TM 1-219 Technical Manual of Basic Photography (dated 1941)
    Little & Brown The Portfolios of Ansel Adams
    Adams, A. The Negative (2 copies)
    Picker, F. Zone VI Workshop
    Aperture. The Daybooks of Edward Weston - I Mexico and II California
    Rowell, G. High and Wild
    Rowell, G. Bay Area Wild
    McWhinnie, A. Reader's Digest Complete Photography Manual
    Washington. Imogen! - Imogen Cunningham Photographs 1910-1973
    Brown, D. Photographs of the American Wilderness
    Bothamley, C. H. Ilford Manual of Photography (undated)
    Hedgecoe. The Photographer's Handbook
    White, M., Zakia, Lorenz. The New Zone System Manual
    Miller and Brummitt. This is Photography
    Eastman Kodak Co. The Modern Way in Picture Making (1907)
    James, T. And Higgins, C. Fundamentals of Photographic Theory (different end from above, different place in the bookcase)
    Grimm, T. The Basic Darkroom Book
    Cox. Photographic Processing
    Cox. Photographic Sensitivity
    Adams, A. Natural Light Photography
    McLean, Les 'Rock Star'. Creative Black and White Photography
    Newhall, B. The History of Photography

    And countless other pictorials, magazine back issues, general overall coverage books and the like. Please don't ask me to repeat this. Bet the power on this tablet goes before I press reply.

    Oh, and WBM Ed2 was Faith's last Christmas gift to me. And one of my favorites I might add.
    Last edited by Christopher Walrath; 01-04-2014 at 11:47 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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