Why My Photographs Are Good.
One Picture Book #29.
Photographs by Jim Stone.
Nazraeli Press, Tucson, 2005. 16 pp., 8 four-color illustrations, 1 original photograph., 5½x7¼".
Jim Stone’s One Picture Book finds its formal cues in the deservedly obscure 1902 guide Why My Photographs are Bad by Charles M. Taylor, which earnestly corrects photographic errors – such as blurring and foreshortening – that are now overly familiar modernist art strategies. Stone’s photographs are widely exhibited and collected throughout the United States.
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