Photography Masterclass: Creative Techniques of 100 Great Photographers
Presents the world’s great photographers and discusses how their images were created. Discussion ranges from anticipating decisive moments like Cartier-Bresson, using long exposures for landscapes like Simon Norfolk, and experimenting with flash in daylight like Rineke Dijkstra. The images are arranged thematically, with good analysis of each image and a description of its technical make-up, along with a biography of each artist. The book showcases 100 of the greatest images in the history of the art, with a guide to the technicalities behind the well-known images.