On Looking at Photographs.
Text by Bill Jay and David Hurn.
96 pp., 6½x9½".
Following their highly successful first collaboration, On Being a Photographer, this volume presents Hurn and Jay's discussions about the medium itself. Topics include photographing and the act of looking at photographs, along with more closely focused examinations of content and meaning, the rarity of true merit, the place of art in photography, and the role of morality.
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