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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Moore
    Alas, no, I'm a poor student and the books alone killed my book budget for just about the rest of the year

    Great books, though, I especially recommend Paula's book. She has some wonderful stuff that I really enjoy.
    I've seen the ads for this series in B&W magazine. The images (in the ad) look excellent. They are still offering prints with them.
    I was (am) considering, but like you, have a limited budget.

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    Fro technique I always return to the Ansel Adams books, and as of late to the Rudman books

    For inspiration, Helmut Newton, Sieff, Anhalzer
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    I have the print Paula has in the B&W magazine add for the books. It is wonderful!

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    The Tao of Pooh
    Feeman Patterson's books
    Adam's the negative (the original is all I have)
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    I can't really answer this question. Every time I think of a book as my favorite, three more come to mind that are just as important to me. I just went to my main photography bookcase and stood there shaking my head. There's just too many great books.

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    Double Exposure of course. It's a labor of love.

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    For me, the books that have had the most profound influence:
    Paul Caponigro's book "Landscape" and
    The Aperture Monograph of Frederick Evans.

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    My signed copy of Anton Corbijns - Star Trek

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    For those interested in the history of photography, I highly recommend "Print the Legend" by Martha Sandweiss (A Yale PHD, professor, curator). It is a wonderful academic work (rather than a coffee table book) on photography and the American West, and how the two grew up together.

    Of course the "Family of Man" is a must have for any photographer -- buy a first edition for dirt cheap on Amazon or Ebay and then be moved.

    Huram

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    My Camera on Point Lobos by Edward Weston

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