- Capa dura: 160 páginas
- Editora: Steidl Dap; Edição: 01 (24 de fevereiro de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 3869307889
- ISBN-13: 978-3869307886
- Dimensões do produto: 28,4 x 3,3 x 38,1 cm
- Peso do produto: 2,7 Kg
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Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment (Inglês) Capa dura – 11 jul 2016
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I just took my copy out of the shrink wrap, and couldn't be more pleased. I am Thrilled with this book.
Here is some background that may be helpful. Several months ago, when I heard this book was being reprinted, I decided to see if my university's interlibrary loan service could track down a copy is the rare, valuable, original for me to borrow, to see if I wanted to buy the Steidl edition when released. I figured it was a longshot since a book this rare and valuable is risky to lend out. But the library was able to get it for me and I can tell you that Steidl did a PERFECT job reproducing it. It is literally as though you are holding a brand new copy of the original in your hands (except better, because the photos haven't faded over 50 years and had hundreds of students' hands on the pages- they look fresh as they should).
So I have to admit, I'm really baffled by the negative reviews, especially one that claims to have seen the original. If people think the photos look like copies of copies, well, that's what you would have thought of the original too. Yeah, they're not hyperglossy, but neither was the original book. End of story. It's EXACTLY what the version of the original edition I had looked like (but, again, only better: because it's new, not missing the dust jacket, and comes in a nice slipcase).
I can tell you as someone serious about photography books ( and ones from Steidl as well: I've spend lots of $ on Steidl's gorgeous editions of William Eggleston's work) and street photography itself, you should not let these negative reviews of the print quality dissuade you.
The content, of course, speaks for itself: the book is an absolute masterpiece.
So I would really advise you just see for yourself what you think. You may be disappointed if you think they will look like digital photos. But they are not now, and they never were. What they are is faithful to HCB's vision for the book.
This book is so good, I bought a second copy for when it is eventually out of print.
***JUNE 2016 EDIT***
Someone wrote: "this book is worth every penny." No. This book is worth MORE than every penny. To get it for under $100 is unimaginable. It's a fantastic book worthy of any photographer's collection.
***JUNE 2015 EDIT***
I am so thankful I ordered this book, waited six months and landed a copy in February 2015.
I took mine to a local university and compared it, side-by-side, to the original book. Steidl produced an exacting copy down to the finest detail. Aside from being in newer condition, I'd have a hard time telling the 2015 version from the 1952 version.
There are better books featuring Bresson's work. Sure. No question. But that's like saying the newest Ford Mustang is better than the 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang. "Better" being about as subjective as it gets. "The Decisive Moment" is a classic. This cannot be argued and it belongs on any photographer's bookshelf,
Now it appears to be out of print once again. Will we have to wait another 50 years for it to be printed again? If so, I have mine safely tucked away.
The real issue here for many reviewers may simply a lack of familiarity with gravure reproduction. If one can get over the fact that it doesn't look like today's (truly excellent) high-end lithographic reproduction, it's possible to appreciate the subtle beauty of the result. For other examples of great gravure, see Paul Strand's La France de Profil or Robert Doisneau's La Banlieue de Paris, both of which are lovely in a way that's totally different from the printing of today's high-end photo books. Steid's version of The Americans also does a nice job of capturing the quality of the gravure first editions.
It's all a bit like arguments over whether inkjet printing looks better on matte or baryta paper. Both can be beautiful but represent different aesthetics. So don't buy this book if you don't like gravure. But if you do, or at least want an edition that is very faithful to the original, the Steidl is it.