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Witness in Our Time: Working Lives of Documentary Photographers
Title | Witness in Our Time: Working Lives of Documentary Photographers
Author | Ken Light
Type | Book
Rating | 9.5
Notes | Illustrated with a compelling image from each photographer, Witness in Our Time traces the recent history of social documentary photography in the words of twenty-two of the genre's best photographers, editors, and curators, showing that the profession remains vital, innovative, and committed to social change. Featuring interviews with Hansel Mieth, Walter Rosenblum, Michelle Vignes, Wayne Miller, Peter Magubane, Matt Herron, Jill Freedman, Mary Ellen Mark, Earl Dotter, Eugene Richards, Susan Meiselas, SebastiĆ£o Salgado, Graciela Iturbide, Antonin Kratochvil, Donna Ferrato, Joseph Rodriguez, Dayanita Singh, Fazal Sheikh, Gifford Hampshire, Peter Howe, Colin Jacobson, and Ann Wilkes Tucker
Purchase/Additonal Info |  http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1560989483

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Dan Figueroa Photographer
San Jose | Ca
Comments | [09/08/11] incredible book that never ceases to inspire. everytime I re-read a chapter I find something new, learn something about photography and myself... My mentor, Ken Light wrote it...just saying...
Rating | 9

Patrick Farrington Photographer
Ft. Collins | CO | USA
Comments | [10/07/02] Great reading. A good book to give you a boost and help you remember that photography can help to make a difference. A photograph in and of itself can't change anything but it can make someone want to make that change.
Rating | 10

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