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Photography History, Aesthetics and Critical Theory


"There are no rules, and that's what makes art better than baseball."
Harry Callahan (1912-1999)

 

History of Photography: From 1839 to the Present by Beaumont Newhall

 

A World History of Photography by Naomi Rosenblum

 

Seizing the Light: A History of Photography by Robert Hirsch

 

Focal Encyclopedia of Photography, Fourth Edition: Digital Imaging, Theory and Applications, History, and Science by Michael Peres

 

The Photographer's Eye by John Szarkowski

 

Looking at Photographs: 100 Pictures from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art by John Szarkowski

 

Perception and Imaging, Third Edition: Photography--A Way of Seeing
by Richard D. Zakia

 

The Mind's Eye: Writings on Photography and Photographers
by Henri Cartier-Bresson

 

On Photography by Susan Sontag

 

Ways of Seeing: Based on the BBC Television Series by John Berger

 

About Looking by John Berger

 

Why People Photograph by Robert Adams

 

Beauty in Photography: Essays in Defense of Traditional Values by Robert Adams

 

Art & Fear: Observations On the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking
by David Bayles and Ted Orland

 

The View From The Studio Door: How Artists Find Their Way In An Uncertain World by Ted Orland

 

The Nature of Photographs by Stephen Shore

 

The Education of a Photographer by Charles H. Traub

 

Basic Critical Theory for Photographers by Ashley la Grange

 

Diana and Nikon: Essays on Photography by Janet Malcolm

 

Landscape as Photograph by Estelle Jussim and Elizabeth Lindquist-Cock

 

Dialogue with Photography: Interviews by Paul Hill and Thomas Cooper

 

Camera Work: A Pictorial Guide by Alfred Stieglitz

 

Camera work: A critical anthology by Jonathan Green

 

Stieglitz: Camera Work by Julia Krumhauer

 

Light Readings: A Photography Critic's Writings, 1968-1978 by A.D. Coleman

 

Mirrors and Windows: American Photography since 1960 by John Szarkowski

 

Perceptual Quotes for Photographers by Richard D. Zakia

 

Photographers on Photography by Nathan Lyons

 

Photography: Essays & Images by Beaumont Newhall

 

Visual concepts for photographers by Leslie Stroebel

 

After Photography by Fred Ritchin

 

Visual Thinking by Rudolf Arnheim

 

Art and Visual Perception: A Psychology of the Creative Eye by Rudolf Arnheim

 

Man and His Symbols by Carl Gustav Jung

 

Photograph Collector's Guide by Lee D. Witkin and Barbara London

 

The History of Japanese Photography by Anne Tucker

 

Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before by Michael Fried

 

The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers

 

The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity [10th Anniversary Edition]by Julia Cameron

 

Teaching Photography: Tools for the Imaging Educator
By Glenn Rand and Richard D Zakia

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"Exploration and risk go hand in hand." Byron Rogers

About the above list
Byron Rogers has personally read or at the minimum evaluated each of the books or magazines that make it on the list. What this means is he has actually held the book in his hands and spent time looking it over or reading it. I have a thing for books and have a personal library that I have been adding to since 1971. Not an all-encompassing list but a very good starting point in expanding your knowledge.

The Recommended Reading On Photography list got its start back in the early days of teaching photography. I knew how helpful a good book could be in navigating the ins and outs of photo technique and the study of the principles of art. Because each course had a time limit the students could not learn all there was to learn about the topic we where covering in the class and the idea of a list or bibliography was very helpful. A list becomes a reference to come back to and continue growing your interest in the wonderful world of photography.

The Recommended Reading On Photography that I gave to my students was of course directed to the topic or subject we covered in the class or workshop they where in. This list which is part of the PWG has grown to cover all areas of photography and will remain in flux as it grows, adjusting to new technology and hopefully continue getting better and better. Of course books, magazines and videos go out of print over time therefore you may not be able to find all the items on the list.

I am open to suggestions for adding to the list but I will always need to look over the book or item before it goes on the Recommended Reading On Photography list.

Byron Rogers said "Examine from a contemporary viewpoint the works of past masters of photography. You will find it is a rush and worth your time!"


We will continue adding to the reading list, be sure to check back.

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