Image Makers Image Takers (new and expanded edition)

Image Makers Image Takers (new and expanded edition)
Library Shelf Location 27.JAEG
Publication Date 2010

Image Makers, Image Takers systematically examines what motivates and inspires today’s photographers – and what makes them succeed. • How do the world’s leading photographers, in art, documentary, fashion, advertising and portraiture, actually work? • What do picture editors, curators, agency directors and publishers look for when they choose an image? Here is how Mario Sorrenti was inspired to capture a naked Kate Moss draped over a sofa for the iconic Calvin Klein campaign, how Fabrice Dall’Anese came to do a photo shoot with George Clooney in a hotel bathroom and how Rineke Dijkstra gets the best from her subjects. In this new and expanded edition five new interviews have been added, plus a chapter on web and digital that highlights the importance of blogging and online galleries. Through her perceptive interviews and selection of over 250 images, Anne-Celine Jaeger delves into the working practice of famous photographers, unveiling the process of creation involved in making and taking a photograph including - What to look for in an image - Cropping - Colour versus black-and-white Anne-Celine Jaeger is a journalist and critic, who has written for many publications, including Wallpaper*, The Times (London) and the Guardian, as well as the Süddeutsche Zeitung and Art Investor magazine in Germany.

ISBN 9780500288924
Quantity 1
Pages 312
Author Anne Celine Jaeger
Format Paperback
Publisher Thames and Hudson Ltd, London
Category Photography
Keywords Documentary photography, Portraits
Language English

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