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Albert Watson: Creating Photographs (Masters of Photography) (Paperback)
Let legendary fashion and portrait photographer Albert Watson guide you through how he captures his amazing images. In a series of bite-sized lessons Watson unveils the stories behind his most-famous shots and gives you the inspiration, tips and ideas to take into your own photography – from how to work with lighting and lenses, to learning to embrace your creativity and advice on getting your foot in the industry door. Illustrated throughout with key images from Watson's incredible 50-year career at the forefront of photography.
About the Author
Over a hugely successful 50-year career Albert Watson has produced some of the most famous and genuinely iconic photographs of the modern era. As well as shooting over 100 covers for Vogue he is also responsible for a huge array of celebrity portraits and a series of inimitable fine-art images.
"A beautifully-designed masterclass in photography brimming with anecdotes and advice from his incomparable 50-year career." - MAXIM Magazine,
"Filled with lessons large and small, as well as the master photographer’s advice and stories behind the making of some of his most iconic images, the book is a great way to learn to be a better photographer from one of the best. " - Digital Photography Magazine,
"This diminutive book contains the intellectual and cerebral sides of the artist that are the ingredients to the recipe that in the end become an unforgettable image." - New York Journal of Books,
"While some of his advice is common sense for pro photographers (always come prepared), Watson provides tips and insights about his approach to photographing people, fashion, studio shots and landscapes that you won't find elsewhere." - Digital Photo Pro,
"Story-telling and, through that, mentoring, is the first genius of this book. Every brief chapter is filled with anecdote and story. And every story is well-chosen to illuminate a point. That’s the second genius. This is not a book that paints dance-steps on the floor and says step here. This is a book that fills the air with jazz. It’s about motivation and determination and pluck. And yet it’s all about how to dance as well." FRAMES,