Set over 10 chapters, Tom has created a series of images and written accompanying narrative that invites us through his own self-critique to engage, react and reflect on the art and practice of photography. We may be biased, but we think this is a must have book, something you will frequently pick up, reread, study and view over the years.
There are many ways to travel but the one most seemingly fitting to photography is walking. The history and culture of walking through the landscape suggests that it affords the photographer a pace, freedom and rhythm from which they can absorb the atmosphere of a place, to enjoy the natural surroundings, reflect, pause and then wait for the right moment to capture pictures. – From Chapter 2, Blotts Pit & Skylarks
- Photo essay format
- 68 pages, landscape orientation (250 mm x 200 mm)
- Softback with dust jacket
- Uncoated FSC credited papers
- 1st edition size of 150
- For delivery end of Feb 2018
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