Siri Hustvedt is an American novelist, but along with her work as a fiction writer, she has written essays on diverse subjects, like neuropsychoanalysis, and painting. The latter investigations presuppose a connection between selfhood, and perception. She is the author of the introduction to Teju Cole’s new book of photographs, “Blind Spot”. Cole is a photographer, but is also a writer, and contributes a regular column to the New York Times “Lens” section entitled “On Photography” which I have mentioned on this blog before, in connection to essays written by Luigi Ghirri.
David duChemin is a photographer based in Victoria, Canada who came to prominence working for various NGO’s including World Vision, Save the Children, and the BOMA Project. He has travelled extensively, photographing on assignment in South America, and Africa. He is the author of many books, mostly published by Rocky Nook, of which “The Soul of the Camera” is the most recent. His books are notable for their accessibility, humour, and helpful tone.
There’s a saying that probably began out west, people will talk about doing a thing as being not their “first rodeo”. Now, I know for a fact that Ward Rosin’s been shooting rodeo for a spell, including the Hand Hills
These books contain photographs by the brilliant, award-winning mountain landscape photographer Paul Zizka, of off-beaten-path places in Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise, Jasper, Kananaskis, Waterton, and Yoho. Paul has photographed Norway, Svalbard, Nepal, Baffin Island, Greenland, throughout the Caribbean, Hawaii, Niue, French Polynesia, and our landscape. He lives in Banff, Alberta.