Author Archives: Hans Durrer

Book Review: Adam Geary’s We Burn

Adam Geary’s We Burn is introduced with these words: “The seemingly and insignificant details of ordinary life are brought into sharp focus … a set of images that helps us to redirect our thoughts and refocus on the way we … Continue reading

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Book Review: Effortless Beauty Photography by Julie DuBose

This is a book I immediately decided to like and that’s to do with the quote by Leonard Cohen that introduces it: “There is a crack, a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” This of course does … Continue reading

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Book Review: Timeless Photography of Rowland Scherman

I very much warm to this work although I do think the title misleading for the photographs in this tome capture of course moments in time. In other words, while some of these photographs might undoubtlessly be of timeless quality … Continue reading

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