The Nature of Photographs.
Text by Stephen Shore. Foreword by James L. Enyeart.
Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1998. 104 pp., 48 duotone and 5 color illustrations., 9x8".
Drawing from Szarkowski's seminal Photographer's Eye, Shore uses numerous images to guide his own lessons about photographic seeing. Alongside photographs by Robert Adams, Dieter Appelt, Aaron Diskin, Walker Evans, Garry Winogrand, and numerous others, Shore's deceptively simple text illuminates the precise relationships between the photograph as an object, its content, its purely visual qualities, and the experience of viewing it.
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