Fragments of Vision
Fragments of Vision is a thought-provoking exploration of photography and photo book design, written from the perspective of a photographer who has studied the works of other photographers and designers. In this book, the reader is on a journey through a series of scans of photo books, discussing how one looks at photographs and how to appreciate the design elements that go into producing a photo book. Drawing inspiration from the works of Susan Sontag, delving into the essence of photography and offering insights into how to view and interpret images.
Detailed analysis of photo book design history and its evolution
Discussion of the works of notable photographers and their contributions to the field
Examination of the impact of technology on photography and photo book design
Exploration of the different approaches to interpreting photographs and their meanings
Inclusion of the author's own photography, providing a unique perspective on the subject matter
Engaging and accessible writing style that will appeal to both professionals and enthusiasts
Fragments of Vision is aimed at photography students, professionals, and enthusiasts who want to deepen their understanding and appreciation of photography and photo book design. It will also appeal to anyone interested in the artistic and cultural significance of photography and its role in shaping our understanding of the world. The market for photography books is vast, with a wide range of titles covering different aspects of the field. Fragments of Vision stands out as a unique and innovative approach to the subject matter, offering a fresh perspective on photography and photo book design. The book will appeal to a broad range of readers, including students, academics, photographers, and enthusiasts.