Exposure: 20 Years of Photographing the World

Exposure Years of Photographing the World Photography is an essential part of what Outside is all about And so to celebrate the magazine s th anniversary the editors have collected the most stunning provocative and artful images to appe

  • Title: Exposure: 20 Years of Photographing the World
  • Author: Outside Magazine
  • ISBN: 9781565792425
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Photography is an essential part of what Outside is all about And so, to celebrate the magazine s 20th anniversary, the editors have collected the most stunning, provocative, and artful images to appear in the magazine s pages from 1977 through 1997 Presented here is the work of some of the medium s most recognized names Michael Nichols, Richard Misrach, Raymond Weeks,Photography is an essential part of what Outside is all about And so, to celebrate the magazine s 20th anniversary, the editors have collected the most stunning, provocative, and artful images to appear in the magazine s pages from 1977 through 1997 Presented here is the work of some of the medium s most recognized names Michael Nichols, Richard Misrach, Raymond Weeks, and Dan Winters, to name a few In keeping with the magazine s mission to take risks and welcome new perspectives, however, displayed here also is the work of lesser known photographers, whose talents ensure they won t stay obscure for long.Many of the images in this book originally appeared in the magazine s Exposure section, a monthly photographic gallery of established and emerging artists, and a long favorite of Outside s readers It seemed only fitting to give this book the same name The other images in this volume were selected from shoots assigned for the magazine s feature stories and represent the unique sensibilities and editorial vision of the award winning publication that frist presented them.

    One thought on “Exposure: 20 Years of Photographing the World”

    1. 3.5 stars. What I liked about this book was its focus on images presenting man both in harmony and in conflict with nature. The selection of pictures is mostly top-notch, and the vast majority of pictures are images not ever available to those not adventure photographers.My biggest complaint with this book was the frequent focus on man rather than nature. Motion blur is frequently used, making a great action shot but not a particularly inspiring scene of the environment. Long exposures aren't al [...]

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