Official Review: Forensic Foraging

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Post by LV2R » 12 Jun 2019, 20:30

The authors share their experience and expertise on a kind of photography (forensic foraging) that finds the beauty and extraordinary in the mundane and commonplace daily life scenes. They share their techniques, travels, poetry, and photos. This book would be of great interest to ones who want to know more about this type of photography.

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Post by Nandy » 12 Jun 2019, 20:44

This sample and this book is inspirational and a great investment for anyone interested in photography

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Post by Shilpa Paul » 12 Jun 2019, 20:54

Thanks for the review. I don't enjoy reading non fiction and poetry. So will pass reading this book.

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Post by Dragonsend » 12 Jun 2019, 20:57

Some photographers have a talent of capturing the beauty that most people overlook. Sounds like this has an appropriate accompanyment. Thank you for your informative review.
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Post by pshaw1414 » 12 Jun 2019, 21:04

This sounds like a unique piece. I am not a fan of poetry either, but this one may be worth the read. Thanks for the review!

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Post by TheTrueNyree » 12 Jun 2019, 21:05

Sounds like it is well written and the art is probably beautifully explained. If given the chance one could probably see what the artist was saying about the painting. This just isn't one for me. Congratulations on BOTD.

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Post by Swat3737 » 12 Jun 2019, 21:05

Sounds a beautiful book of art, poetry and essays. I’ve always believed in taking pleasure in life’s small delights and this book reflects that.
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Post by Quinto » 12 Jun 2019, 21:11

The combination of photography and poetry into a single book is a unique concept. I wonder if this work can be classified as abstract art? I may just have to read the book. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Miercoles » 12 Jun 2019, 21:14

This sounds like a really interesting mix: poetry, essays and art. I am quite intrigued to see how it all comes together. Thanks for the great review.

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Post by Prankz87 » 12 Jun 2019, 21:28

I'm not a fan of poetry but when it comes to photography i am definitely into it. Plus the book has its own unique way of describing how the portrait really looks like in a different types of perspectives that really grabs my interest. Thank you for the review. This is a very good book for the aspiring artist and also for someone who are interest to learn this kind of arts.

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Post by Dolor » 12 Jun 2019, 21:40

Forensic Foraging by William C. Crawford and Jim Provencher is a #Photojournalism that shares compelling photos which chronicle both the authors' throwback techniques and their ever-driven wanderlust. They also present prose and poetry that offers keen insight into their travels as experienced lensmen.

I'm glad to know that this book is exceptionally well edited, and you enjoyed reading it. Thanks much for the review.

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Post by Soonerchick656 » 12 Jun 2019, 22:25

I think this review wad very well written. The art included in the book was very well explained in that it is
"found" or it's beauty in the mundane
. I read the sample and found the art included to be very interesting and iI what viewing it. I would be interested in reading this it further to examine the poetry that is also included in the book.

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Post by ShiRah185 » 12 Jun 2019, 22:28

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Being an art enthusiast myself, I love the idea of finding the "beauty in the mundane". Great review.

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Post by navyapindi » 12 Jun 2019, 22:35

Seems to be a good book for those who are into photography. Also the blend of poetry and essays along with photography is really interesting. I would suggest this book to my photographer friends. Congrats on BOTD!

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Post by Scarlet Nicoll » 12 Jun 2019, 22:39

I'm sorry, this isn't my cup of tea, but I wouldn't mind looking at the photographs. Thank you!

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