Photo Narratives

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“The combat photographers whose stories are told in this book occupy a unique place in the history of the war, both chronicling and participating in some of the major actions of the war whi

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Here now come The Guardians: keepers of our urban landscape’s heart and soul by way of the unique small retail business, the bespoke shop at the literal center of the world’s towns and cit

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“This is very much a book about war from the perspective of the frontline combatant. It is a story of fear, uncertainty, courage, fortitude, comradeship, and heroism.

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“If collecting ‘street photography’ is your passion, this book will become a cornerstone of your collection and will be the measure of all other works you own.”

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“Joni: The Joni Mitchell Sessions is populated by myriad photographs of Joni Mitchell—Joni singing, Joni gesticulating, Joni posing, Joni mugging, even Joni swimmi

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“Written by a writer, educator, and art historian, and presented in a compact seven by seven inch size, The Face: Our Human Story is an entirely approachable, relatable and enjoyab

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The photographs are instantly recognizable, the name is not. Harry Benson, CBE, has created a vast repertoire of iconic images many will remember. Mr.

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Bystander: A History of Street Photography is a book that defies easy description.

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"Essential Witness reminds the reader of what quality, talent, and technical expertise meant in photography and with America's railroads as a subject."

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Carrie Boretz’s Street is not just another collection of New York City photographs.

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“Cuba: This Moment, Exactly So is a feast for the eyes and all the senses, celebrating the human spirit exulting in the sheer joy of living . . .”

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It is a notable achievement when photography is used in healing a family.”

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Philip Trager’s photographic record of New York in the 1970s is his depiction of a city marked by solitude.

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Anna Mia Davidson’s Cuba Black and White sheds light on the quality of life of the average person in Cuba by showing us their casual activities in streets, barber shops, and gyms, as well

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Author and self-professed amateur photographer, Brandon Stanton, has successfully branded humanity in a wildly engaging photoblog that has garnered 15.7 million followers since 2010.