Click to preview Double Exposures:  Essays in Portraiture photo book

The French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson once observed: "If, in making a portrait, you hope to capture the inner silence of your subject, you must try to put your camera between the skin of a person and her shirt." New York photographer Sanders McNew presents a series of portraits of naked women with accompanying essays that together question and challenge the nature of portraiture. 160 pages, including 121 portraits and accompanying text.


About the Author

Sanders McNew
SandersNYC New York City

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bflo82 says

It's is wonderful to see a good,funny,sensitive,and original photographer on the scene.No frills,no trash,no crude sex--just sweet and intelligent pictures of women.They all seem to be comfortable with you so you must have an easy way of relating to them..

Fine work.Very fine work.

posted at 09:34am Sep 23 PST


doomanks says

Hi, I've been looking your work on flickr... Its amazing and i want your book the thing is Blurb doesn't ship to Colombia my country...what can i do?? Thanks and congratulation for your work!

posted at 07:53pm Aug 22 PST


jacquemo says

Well done! absolutely great photography. kudos

posted at 07:09am Jul 24 PST


pcgibbo says

Superb book

posted at 04:11am Jul 24 PST


Vahid-Naziri says

Beautiful photography. Well done.

posted at 10:20pm Jul 16 PST


dicksmithart says

Interesting study of the figure, seemingly not the vision of the perceiver, but rather how the subjects perceive themselves. Fascinating.

posted at 04:52pm Jul 16 PST


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