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    One worker that is a little different is the British photographer Paul Hill. I was impressed with his book "White Peak, Dark Peak" for its creative use of what we have a lot of in Britain, namely dull cloudy weather.

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    How about Bill Schwab, Gathering Calm.

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    John Davies Mist Mountain Water Wind ISBN 0 906 333 180
    Thomas Joshua Cooper Point of no return ISBN 0-9540671-9-3
    Josef Koudelka Cahier 6 ISBN 2-904-538-20-8

    I agree with David Bebbington's suggestion of Paul Hill's White Peak Dark Peak
    "Digital circuits are made from analogue parts"
    Fourtune Cookie-Brooklyn May 2006

    Website: www.lesmcleanphotography.com

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    Of the three top photographers of the 20th Century the one I would suggest is Paul Strand and the book is "60 Years of Photography". After seeing Paul Strands negatives of the Southwest, Ansel Adams decided to become a photographer and not a pianist.
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Stanworth View Post
    Just a note to all those that helped...I have bought a number of used books of Amazon recently as recommended:

    Paul Caponigro - New England Days
    Wynn Bullock - Enchanted Landscape
    John Sexton - Listen to the trees

    and a few more on the way. Great choices and just what I was after.

    Thanks!
    Just got:

    Edward Weston - Legacy (WOW!!!)
    E&B Weston - Dune
    Don McCullin - Africa

    All great books and I am so glad I splurged on Amazon. some were cheap slightly battered used ones but at 1/4 price of new there are few excuses for not expanding ones collection! The Edward Weston - legacy is incredible and I admit to enjoying Sextons Listen to the trees more than I thought I would.

    Now that I have may entire baggage limit in books, I need to get a few home before I can order more. Koudelka looks interesting and will probably be next along with (if I can find a cheap one) B Weston - Master Photographer

    These books are killing my boredom but giving me too many ideas that I cannot fulfil while working abroad! It hurts....security situation here has reduced mobility a little and I dont get out like I used to. Might bring a LF camera here to make me do it!

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    No one has mentioned Ray McSavaney's "Explorations"...one of my favorite and most inspiring books!

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    For industrials and some landscapes:
    David Plowden - Steel Mill, Bridges, End of an Era, etc

    Bernd & Hilla Becher - anything by them

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    Huntinton Witherill's Orchestrating Icons
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    Eddie Ephraums' "Creative Elements" for both aesthetic and technical info.

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