|By (author):||Leibovitz, Annie|
|Subject:||ART / Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions / General|
|PHOTOGRAPHY / Individual Photographers / General|
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|From The Publisher*|
Annie Leibovitz, our most celebrated living photographer, explains how her pictures are made
Leibovitz addresses young photographers and readers interested in what photographers do, but any reader interested in contemporary history will be fascinated by her account of one of the richest bodies of work in the photographic canon. The subjects include photojournalism, studio work, photographing dancers and athletes, working with writers, and making the transition from shooting with film to working with digital cameras. Originally published in 2008, this revised and updated edition brings Leibovitz's bestselling book back into print.
"Leibovitz is not simply among our foremost image-makers. She has essentially created a new form of portraiture for our time."-Sherri Geldin, director of the Wexner Center for the Arts
"Whether she's photographing the famous and powerful - or simply the woman next door - Annie always captures something unexpected and deeply personal."-Oprah Winfrey
"Getting your photograph taken by Annie is one of the great totems of success in America."-Graydon Carter, former editor-in-chief, Vanity Fair
"Annie Leibovitz is one of the most aesthetically gifted photographers alive."-Guardian
Annie Leibovitz is one of the most influential photographers of our time. For nearly five decades, her distinctive portraits have appeared on the covers of Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, and Vogue. She is a Commandeur in the French government's Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and has been designated a Living Legend by the Library of Congress. Her work is exhibited in museums all over the world.