Beauty in Photography.
Essays in Defense of Traditional Values.

Text and photographs by Robert Adams.
Aperture, New York, 1996. 116 pp., 23 black-and-white illustrations, 5½x8¼".
Originally published in 1981, this book is a collection of eight essays on photography by one of its greatest proponents, Robert Adams. Now a classic, the book is a rare critical text: one that is alive to the pleasures and mysteries of true exploration.

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