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Mark Seliger says a sense of humor is what differentiates his portraits. Above, comedian Jerry Seinfeld as the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz. Mark Seliger

‘Get Something That No One Else Has Gotten’, Says Photographer Mark Seliger

Seliger has made portraits of actors, rock stars and presidents. The challenge, he says, is to “create something that’s never been done before.” A new book collects images from his last 30 years. by Ari Shapiro For decades, Americans have seen celebrities...
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What to Consider Before You Pitch Your Photo Book | PDN Online

Five experienced editors and publishers on what photographers should consider before they pitch a photo book to publishers. By Conor Risch This is an exciting time for photography book publishing. Digital printing has lowered the costs and other barriers to self-publishing, and...
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(Helen Levitt/Film Documents LLC, courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne)

A nostalgic look at New York’s subway through the eyes of legendary photographer Helen Levitt

A new book highlights candid, sometimes clandestine photos of New York subway denizens in the 1930s and 1970s. By Kenneth Dickerman New York is one of the most photographed cities in the world. It is a city that is full of energy and characters that creative types of all kinds...
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A Garry Winogrand photograph taken in Portland, Ore., in 1964. Credit Photograph by Garry Winogrand. From Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona

The Magic of Books Where Photography Meets Essays

On facing pages, text and image can be brought into intimate conversation. On Photography By GEOFF DYER APRIL 18, 2018 Design-wise, the most famous collaboration between a writer and a photographer did not end up looking like much of a collaboration at all. Walker Evans...
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© Nazraeli Press/photos by Todd Hido Cards from B-Sides Box Set by Todd Hido, which was presented in a Lucite case and sold in an edition of 500 numbered copies for only $30.

How Nazraeli Press, Known for Producing Beautiful Photo Books, Determines Book Prices and Print Runs

Interview by Kris Wilton Interview by Kris Wilton Nazraeli Press is known for producing beautiful photo books by Todd Hido, Michael Kenna, Jamey Stillings and other photographers, and for pioneering sales of limited-edition books. In PDN’s article “The Costly Business of Photo...
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