This weeks Print Feature highlights the work of Annie Leibovitz. Wandering outside the genre she's most known for, she takes a historical approach to America via images of objects, homes and places.
This book is the exploration of her own roots, reminding herself of what made her fall in love with photography in the first place.
Seeing Annie shoot an entirely different subject matter was extremely intriguing. To dissect many of the images compositions and lighting in comparison to her editorial work was a real treat and highly recommended for those of you familiar with her work. With it's pressed linen cover and the compelling words within, this read comes highly recommended.
You can pick up a copy here.
Enjoy your weekend, all.
We see value in being well-read individuals. Not merely as a means of expanding our own views but as an opportunity to slow down, exhale, and start again.
- The Aesthetic Team