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Nonfiction

ISBN: 0970576811;
Издательство: de.MO
Страниц: 104

Book Description In November 2002, war photographer Christopher Anderson had a chance encounter with a Holga, a plastic toy camera manufactured in China. Expecting it to be nothing more than a game, Anderson quickly found a kind of freedom with the plastic camera that differed greatly from his usual work as a war photographer. "My work requires a certain intellectual engagement in trying to visually communicate information both literal and emotional. But I found something very different with this camera. Because it's a toy, I couldn't control it the way I normally would. I couldn't take pictures that were the result of an engaged thought process, because it was physically impossible with this camera," explains Anderson. Instead, he found himselfreacting and taking pictures in a much more instinctive way. "The pictures that I was taking were free of meaning or message and were much more revealing about how I reacted to scenes that I encountered while going about my life," he...

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