Street Photography Bookshop
These are the books which proudly sit on our bookshelves. We’ve collated them all in one place and you can buy them directly from Amazon using the links below – you get exactly the same great Amazon prices and we get a few pennies in commission.
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Stags, Hens & Bunnies - Dougie Wallace
Dougie brings us wit, humanity and pathos in his expose of the stag & hen party culture in Blackpool. No holds barred and a great example of how a project should shape up.
The Crash - Stephen McLaren
Published to mark the 10th anniversary of the 2008 global financial crisis, these street images are a study of one of the most crucial locations for the world economy: the City of London
Where I Find Myself - Joel Meyerowitz
The first single book retrospective of one of America’s leading photographers. It’s organized in inverse chronological order and spans the Joel’s whole career to date.
The Great British Seaside
Featuring works by some of Britain’s best-loved photographers – Tony Ray-Jones, David Hurn, Martin Parr, and Simon Roberts – this book explores our relationship with the seaside over the last six decades.
Shot in Soho
During a time of change that has the potential to transform the unique character of Soho, this book delves into the area’s storied past as a place of disobedience and eccentricity.
The Mind's Eye - Henri Cartier-Bresson
An insight into the great man’s inner thoughts, philosophies and motivations. One of the best reflective books about street photography around. Unmissable.
Books by Brian Lloyd Duckett:
Mastering Street Photography
Learn the essential street photographer’s techniques in this comprehensive instruction manual, written by Brian Lloyd Duckett, StreetSnappers’ Principal and Course Leader. If you’re serious about street photography, make this street photography book your go-to guide! It will help you develop your style, learn the essential ‘field craft’, build your confidence and help you find your mojo!
52 Assignments: Street Photography
This is a mission brief, a photographic workshop, a personalised journal, and an anarchic guide to putting the creativity back into your photography. It is filled with prompts and projects, nudges and sparks, innovations and inspirations, to help you kick your photographic habits, step out of your comfort zone and add the creativity and character that is the essential feature of professional street photography.
COMING SOON – BRIAN’S NEXT BOOKS:
’52 ASSIGNMENTS: BLACK & WHITE’
Publishing January 2022 – watch this space!
‘STREET PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP’
Publishing spring 2022 – watch this space!