Thursday, June 7, 2012
Guide To Selling Your Photos As Fine Art
Today's book looks like a pretty great book about photography, yet it's got no photos. It's "Photographs Not Taken," a book of essays rather than photographs. Written by photographers, it's all about the personal stories of missed opportunities and the mistakes that led to them, by such prominent photographers as Mary Ellen Mark, Tim Hetherington, Roger Ballen and Sylvia Plachy. This book seems destined to become a must-read for every photographer and photography collector, and it's a brilliant idea to boot. Who would've thought a book about photography could be so well served by not including any photos? Learn more via the New York Times Lens blog.