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Focus: Found Faces : Your World, Your Images (Focus)
Focus: Found Faces : Your World, Your Images (Focus)
Publisher : Lark Books
Published Date : 2011/03
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9781600597923

BookWeb Price : A$ 19.99
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Language : English
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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A06201200
Place of Publication: United States
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Textual Format: Pictorial Treatment
Academic Level: Extracurricular

This third book in the successful "Focus series" encourages readers to view the world around them with new eyes with a collection of approximately 250 photographs of found faces of all varieties, captured by amateur photographers. Found faces are everywhere, if only you know how to look. They emerge on the page; cheerful faces in the clouds, a mysterious visage in the bark of a tree, a winking parking meter, a ponderous potato, mischievous machinery and a grinning foot imprint; but they're also all around. You'll never look at the world the same again! Here, the humour of finding familiar features in unexpected places is celebrated. Contributing photographers were asked to offer descriptions of where the images were taken and their own reflections on passages as a subject, some of which appear throughout the book. The true joy of this series is showcasing how anyone, from professionals to untrained amateurs, can take truly phenomenal and engaging images just by observing the world around us. Images are everywhere, just waiting to be captured.