In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits

In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits❰Reading❯ ➻ In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits Author National Geographic Society – Tbjewellers.co.uk The Collectors Series edition of In Focus is simply the existing book at a smaller trim size This magnificent collection of photographs by many of the world s greatest photographers tells the tale of The Collectors Series edition of In National Geographic MOBI ò Focus is simply the existing book at a smaller trim size This magnificent collection ofphotographs by many of the world s greatest photographers tells the tale of portrait photography over time in page after page of arresting images Each photograph stands proudly on its own, yet taken together, they tell a much In Focus: PDF \ complex and subtle story of the ever evolving art form in constant creative response to new ideas, new eras, and new technologies.

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  • Hardcover
  • 504 pages
  • In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits
  • National Geographic Society
  • English
  • 22 May 2019
  • 142620647X

10 thoughts on “In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits

  1. says:

    One of the very best things about our library is its vast collection of art and photography books you know, the ones we call coffee table books It s lovely if you own a few or are given one as a gift, but there are so many choices and they are typically very pricey So I am grateful for the library for having them Here are two photography books that caught my eye The first treats the sometimes mysterious, sometimes humorous, always interesting relationships between animals and humans Blac One of the very best things about our library is its vast collection of art and photography books you know, the ones we call coffee table books It s lovely if you own a few or are given one as a gift, but there are so many choices and they are typically very pricey So I am grateful for the library for having them Here are two photography books that caught my eye The first treats the sometimes mysterious, sometimes humorous, always interesting relationships between animals and humans Black and white photographs capture the full range of experiences from working plow horses to a happenstance meeting of a woman in a leopard skin print coat and a leopard The second deals with one of the most fascinating thing about humans their faces National Geographic s collection offers stunning color and b w photographs pre 1930s to 2004 Here s a perfect pair to share your coffee table for a while at no cost to you Barbara L., Reader s Services

  2. says:

    This book was better than I expected, without a doubt because of the insightful text that takes the reader on a journey along 100 years of portrait photography by National Geographic.The reality of international conditions always had their effect on the way photography was seen and published in the 1930 s, photography and NG tried to uphold an image of a prospering nation, full of abundance In the 1940 s, exotic portraits, usually staged, were to keep the mind away from the atrocities of war This book was better than I expected, without a doubt because of the insightful text that takes the reader on a journey along 100 years of portrait photography by National Geographic.The reality of international conditions always had their effect on the way photography was seen and published in the 1930 s, photography and NG tried to uphold an image of a prospering nation, full of abundance In the 1940 s, exotic portraits, usually staged, were to keep the mind away from the atrocities of war And in the 1950 s, bright colours and happy images were very much the norm From the 1970 s onward, focus began shifting torealistic scenes and portraits Exotic images were still interesting, but one could also get interesting pictures closer to home When people were photographed in far away places, the photographer tried to give a genuine look into everyday life

  3. says:

    I am not a portrait photographer, however, these portraits make me want to be Some are very snapshot ish, though many let the subjects personality shine through I was surprised to learn that National Geographic s whole purpose is to show the world in a positive light I love that I shall endeavor to create work that allows the personality of whatever I m shooting to shine through positively in my own work I have been thoroughly inspired.

  4. says:

    This was a great collection of some of the most amazing portraits Nat Geo has collected from around the world Of course the Afghan Girl makes an appearance, but others were just as impacting but not as famous I really enjoyed looking at these and trying to see the images through the photographers eye.

  5. says:

    Primer libro de Natgeo que compr , las fotograf as que seleccionadas son impresionantes y hermosas, eso conllev a comprarme un libro similar de Natgeo sobre naturaleza

  6. says:

    Very underwhelming.

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