Tag: photo-book-review

Publishing a photography book – looking back after a year

Publishing a photography book – looking back after a year by Benn Murhaaya Benn has been on the site in the past, with a fantastic and detailed guide to shooting large format. This time around, Benn talks about his experience making a photo book. This is a long read, so settle down and enjoy. Some of the […]

Photography Zines and Books No: 35

Photography Zines and Books No: 35 Phew, I have finally managed to get a break so I can go through some of the lovely books and zines that I receive. I treasure them all and do my level best to feature them all, no matter how long it takes. Here is another load of lovely […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Momentary by Nico Perez

Jesse’s book review, Momentary by Nico Perez Jesse Freeman’s world famous book reviews are usually focussed on Japanese photography, but occasionally he strays from the path to review the work of non Japanese photographers and friends too. This is the latter, a great review of beautiful book. I don’t believe happiness can be state, un-happiness can […]

Photography Zines and Books No: 34

Photography Zines and Books No: 34 As usual, the books pile up on my desk until I feel guilty and then start going through them. I just wish I had more time. But I have managed to make time for the latest batch and I am very glad I did as there are some excellent […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Segregation Story

Jesse’s book review, Segregation Story by Gordon Parks This review was meant to be released a couple of weeks ago, but like a total dope I lost the images. So Jesse has been really kind and managed to make some more for us. Come and check out this excellent review. “Here is a mean place….The […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Images Still and Moving

Jesse’s book review, Images Still and Moving by Abbas Kiarostami In a step away from Japanese photography books, Jesse reviews the work of Abbas Kiarostami, an Iranian movie director. If you are not familiar with his work then you will be after this excellent review. Internationally among living film directors, I would say there are […]

Photography Zines and Books No: 33

Photography Zines and Books No: 33 It has been a while since I featured some zines and books, and that is not for lack of content. It is just hard to find the time. But I have managed to shift some of the piles of stuff from my desk and go through some of the […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Manzanar

Jesse’s book review, Manzanar by Ansel Adams Jesse tackles one of the great legends of photography in this review, by reviewing a book that has a very strong connection for the Japanese. This is a fascinating and raw photographic essay that is often overlooked. “On the day of departure, people found themselves herded into groups […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Tank and Road Surface

Jesse’s book review, Tank and Road Surface by Jun Nishieko Last night I was very fortunate to be reminded what a talented individual Jesse is, as I went to the screening of one of the movies he has made (something I hope Jesse will share with us in the future). And then today I remembered […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Shinjuku, day after day

Jesse’s book review, Shinjuku, day after day by Naoko Sakokawa Jesse shares with us a Japanese book that he scored at a local used book store. And what a score it is. A thoughtfully composed book, and an even more thoughtfully composed review. Read on. This is another one of those Book-off finds where I […]