Architecture Transformed.
A History of the Photography of Buildings from 1839 to the Present.

Written by Cervin Robinson and Joel Herschman.
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1987. 224 pp., 193 duotone illus., 12¼x11½".

A handsomely illustrated text which treats the genre of architectural photography as well as the development of the art and technology of the medium itself. Structured around four major stylistic periods in the photography of buildings and monuments, Architecture Transformed discusses in detail the ways in which architecture is interpreted by the camera, treating commercial and artistic photography as part of the same enterprise. "A strong, clear, subtle, and incisive text, in part because it combines the strengths of the historian with the strengths of an architectural photographer at the top of his profession."--James O'Gorman, Wellesley College.

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