20th Century Photographers: Interviews on the Craft, by Grace Schaub,George Schaub

By Grace Schaub,George Schaub

This booklet is a compilation of interviews and essays that hide a large variety of photographers and photographic disciplines. every one photographer profiled made a residing by means of focusing on a particular element of the craft, yet in doing so transcended their livelihood to turn into well-known for greater than the kind of pictures they created. each one had a different "style," artistic process, commitment to the craft, perspective approximately themselves and the area.



These interviews have been carried out in the course of a seminal interval within the shift from movie to electronic and from print copy to international distribution on the web. similar to their images proceed to encourage this present day, now those professionals’ phrases can live to tell the tale as a useful reference for the photographers of the longer term. the reality and knowledge during this assortment go beyond time and technology.

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