Creative Photography, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1969

Creative Photography, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1969

‘”The illiterate of the future’, wrote Laszlo Moholy-Nagy before the last war, “will be the person who cannot photograph’; and indeed today much of this illiteracy has vanished. This book traces the evolution of photography as an art, showing its history as a succession of prohibitions which each generation establishes and the next rescinds. Examples of unorthodox photographic work are illustrated, as the author believes that much may be learned from aesthetic misbehaviour.’

Creative Photography, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1969
Creative Photography, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1969

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