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    Re: Fine Art Photo Books

    Mark Citret comes to mind...

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    Scott Brewer
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    Re: Fine Art Photo Books

    Mark Citret's "Along the Way" is a beauty.

    http://www.mcitret.com/

    Another SF Peninsula photographer, Lyle Gomes "Imagining Eden"

    http://www.lylegomes.com/

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    Ted Mastrandonas
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    Re: Fine Art Photo Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    Cape Light -- Joel Meyerowitz
    Very Nice! Muted. Understated. Simple. Life. Not depressing at all. One of the first I purchased.

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    Re: Fine Art Photo Books

    Thanks for all the suggestions - there's some very nice work there that I hadn't come across before. Here's some more that haven't been mentioned yet;

    Nadav Kander - no book yet but one due I think towards the end of the year
    David Maisel: Lake Project - look impressive but not easy to find
    David Parker: Sirens - looks beautiful and is due out soon
    Greg Girard - Phantom Shanghai - third edition due anytime now

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    Re: Fine Art Photo Books

    Bernd and Hilla Becher: Basic Forms.

    Big industrial structures, refineries, silos, blast furnaces, water towers, etc. Stark and honest. Otherworldly?

    ...Mike

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    Consulting the pineal gland
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    Re: Fine Art Photo Books

    You should check out Emmet Gowin's Changing the Earth.

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    Re: Fine Art Photo Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Thebes View Post
    You should check out Emmet Gowin's Changing the Earth.
    Thanks for that one, I'd not heard of his work. Looks broadly similar to the work of Michael Light who's 'Bingham Mine/Garfield Stack' book I got last week. Some stunning photos of huge quarries if you like that sort of thing, which I do

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