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    Quote Originally Posted by ongarine View Post
    One of my favorite photographers.
    This one is expensive, but it wll worth the money you invest:
    Josef Sudek.
    Monograph.
    Photographs by Josef Sudek. Edited by Anna Fárová.
    Gina Kehayoff Verlag, Munich, 1998. 408 pp., 435 four-color reproductions, 10¼x13".
    This is a special part of his work:
    Sad Landscape.
    Text by Antonin Dufek. Photographs by Josef Sudek.
    Moravian Gallery, Prague, 2000. 114 pp., 89 duotone illustrations, 13¾x8¾".
    This is a beauty:
    Pigment Prints.
    Photographs by Josef Sudek.
    Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, New York, 1998. 160 pp., numerous color illustrations, 8¾x11¼".

    Unfortunatly all these books are out of print, but searching you could find them.
    yes!
    the first one is the one I mentioned! huge and heavy - filled with gold.

    the last is the one I am waiting for...

    nice to see some good taste around here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ongarine View Post
    One of my favorite photographers.
    This one is expensive, but it wll worth the money you invest:
    Josef Sudek.
    Monograph.
    Photographs by Josef Sudek. Edited by Anna Fárová.
    Gina Kehayoff Verlag, Munich, 1998. 408 pp., 435 four-color reproductions, 10¼x13".
    This is a special part of his work:
    Sad Landscape.
    Text by Antonin Dufek. Photographs by Josef Sudek.
    Moravian Gallery, Prague, 2000. 114 pp., 89 duotone illustrations, 13¾x8¾".
    This is a beauty:
    Pigment Prints.
    Photographs by Josef Sudek.
    Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, New York, 1998. 160 pp., numerous color illustrations, 8¾x11¼".

    Unfortunatly all these books are out of print, but searching you could find them.
    well - they ar finally here...

    and it turns out, that the pigment print book isn't the one mentioned above..

    it is smaller, and it predates this one.
    it is in french...
    but it certainly cost me a lot of money!!:rolleyes:
    approx 350$ (custom is expensive here in DK )

    however it is a beautiful book, that I enjoy a LOT!

    I just HAVE to learn the carbon process!!!

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    The book you get is published by Cinubia, Los Angeles, in 1994.
    What really surprise me Eric is the price you paid $ 350, the Danish custom may be terrible but why don't you bought it here in EU (Schaden, Germany for €68+shipping cost to DK) to avoid all these flow of money?

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    I have Prague Panoramic published by Odeon on '92. I've always loved this book. It seems the essence of that city to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ongarine View Post
    The book you get is published by Cinubia, Los Angeles, in 1994.
    What really surprise me Eric is the price you paid $ 350, the Danish custom may be terrible but why don't you bought it here in EU (Schaden, Germany for €68+shipping cost to DK) to avoid all these flow of money?
    :rolleyes: you have a strong point there....:rolleyes:

    (apart from the "eric" part...)

    I noticed it on ebay... waited and waited - the buy now price was 250$...
    bought it, because in some (many) cases I am just plain stupid......

    however, I am quite good at forgetting the price once I have it. and the book is still beautiful.

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    I have the Phaidon 55 [ed Ian Jeffery], which is a nice intro to Sudek's work, pocketable and not expensive [a lady IIRC].
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.

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    The Phaidon 55 is more of an intro to Sudek, not his work. Comparing the P55 to "Pigment Prints" shows that very clearly.

    Not that the P55 is bad; just that the others are so incredibly much better!
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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