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by John Fraser
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Moments by John Fraser

With 50mm lenses and available light, John Fraser took these classic humanist photos in Minneapolis, New York, London, Nova Scotia, Provence, starting in 1957.

In the tradition of Cartier-Bresson, there's no cropping. What you see is what was there—street interactions caught lightning fast, informal portraits, oldsters, kids, a Blues group, a campaigning JFK within arms-length, and always the impeccable composition and feel for the symbolic.

The images are arranged in poem-like sequences—moody Shadows, lyrical Sun, symbolic Erotics, the old and new London in eight Postcards. The Republicans at a little street rally look like type-casting. But there's no programmatic irony, and the pervasive tone of the book is enjoyment.

These are works that don't date.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 124
Size: 40.7 MB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781456625634 (EPUB)
2370006854432 (PDF)

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