I've got a fair few Dave
Cross town by Helen Levvit. reissue but still a future collectible, which is not why i bought it, it's simply visual poetry
Figments of the real world: By Prof John Szarkowski on the works of Gary Winogrand. Another reissue on a remarkable man with a remarkable eye
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Man, the Image and the World: A great retrospective of his work which you well know i admire
Robert Frank the Americans. One of the greatest windows in to the soul of America ever made. Two years of travelling the states on grant from the Guggenheim and it changed the face of documentary photography
Bruce Davidson: Subway- Revised edition. ( Beautifully candid)
Bruce Davidson has become my favourite photographer. His images floor me & give me a series reality check on my own ability but make me want to take photographs. Not to emulate him, nobody could. But i have some sort of drive and his work helps me understand it better.
I have a few more books on his work. Portraits, time of change. East 100th street and Brooklyn gangs.
Joe Cornish: First light i don't really shoot landscapes but i think this is the UK's best landscape photographer and one of the best in the world. Beautiful work, beautiful book
It's become a real love collecting books, there is simply noting like seeing work in print. They've become really special to me, i've never been one for having emotional attachments to objects but they're beyond that for me
Oh, have Robert Capa's retrospective to