„Photographs Not Taken“

The New Yorker:

For “Photographs Not Taken,” a new book published by Daylight, the photographer and writer Will Steacy asked photographers to abandon their usual tools and make a picture without a camera. The result is a photo book entirely void of pictures, composed instead of essays written by photographers about those moments that never made it onto film, and the reasons why not.

That’s really interesting. The New Yorker also posted an excerpt from the book. I liked it.

Veröffentlicht am Sonntag, 22. April 2012