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    The book I go back to most often for sheer inspiration and loveliness is Emmet Gowin's s/t first monograph.

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    Nudare by Ron Van Dongen a book of still life images that are beautifully reproduced 15 x 12 contact prints.
    Last edited by Les McLean; 09-16-2004 at 06:56 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: spelling error
    "Digital circuits are made from analogue parts"
    Fourtune Cookie-Brooklyn May 2006

    Website: www.lesmcleanphotography.com

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    Lee Miller - Portraits from a Life ISBN 0500 542600.

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    'the family album of lucybelle crater' by ralph eugene meatyard
    'the solitude of ravens' by masahisa fukase
    'images : words' by frederick sommer

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    Found another one today:

    Hats Off - Jason Bell, OK it's portraits of celebrities but I like the style and the concept. Everyone is shot wearing or with a hat as the theme running through the pictures. The concept is that the celebrities are raising their hat to those who have overcome the problems of mental health.
    Last edited by TPPhotog; 09-18-2004 at 05:10 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    A Personal Selection by Brett Weston

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    I've recently purchased Les McLean's book Creative Black And White photography, and while I haven't finished it yet I think it will become a firm favourite as a reference work. I also have the 3 Adams' books (The Camera, negative and print) which I would have listed as my favourites, but I find Les's book to be written in a more approachable style. So another shameless plug :-)

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    I have a lot of beautiful photography books, and I'd be hard pressed to pick just one. I peruse all of them from time to time for inspiration. Having said that, I recently found a small book at Photo-Eye by Phil Perkis called "Teaching Photography: Notes Assembled". He was a professor of mine some twenty years ago, and it was great to find this little book. It takes me back to his class; he was a great instructor, and a great influence on my vision.

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