StreetWise: How to be a Great Photographer, Lessons Learned on the Streets of New York City
The 25 Lessons Trilogy: 25 Lessons I've Learned (about photography); 25 More Lessons (I've Learned); and 25 Points of Creativity
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About the Book
In addition, included are also the sequels, 25 More Lessons (I've Learned) and 25 Points of Creativity, to complete the 25 Lessons Trilogy.
This is a must for any aspiring artist or creative spirit, whether you're a photographer, writer, painter or advertising agency creative director this volume of wisdom will inspire you page after page after page.
Each lesson is illustrated with pertinent images, many of the photographs taken by Lorenzo when he wrote these treatises on creativity when living in a small church in the middle of Manhattan in the Spring of 2005. For more information about that story, check out 25 Lessons: The Art of Living available now on Blurb! You can also check out the website: www.25lessons.com for more infomation on this bestselling book and other books by Lorenzo.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date May 24, 2008
- Tags New York, New York City, Street Photography, Great Photography, How To, Fine Art Photography, 25 Lessons, Lorenzo, lorenzodom, NYC, Manhattan, Straße, strada, straat, wisdom, sabiduría, sagesse, Weisheit, saggezza, wijsheid, sabedoria, мудрость, visdom, 智慧
Lorenzo is an expert and author on street photography, and an award-winning street photographer. As the Photography Examiner for New York for the Examiner.com, Lorenzo chronicles what’s up, what’s new and what’s notable in the world of photography in NYC. In 2008, he was chosen to be the HP Be Brilliant Featured Artist and he became the best-selling author of 25 Lessons I’ve Learned (about photography). Since taking up digital photography in 2005, his photography has been featured in fotoMAGAZIN, Germany's premier photo magazine, and his photos have been cited and published by over 350 other blogs, websites, and print publications. Today, Lorenzo has over 30,000 photographs on flickr.com—where his photos have been seen over 6 million times and where he ranks as one of the site's most popular photographers. He has been called an "Internet photography sensation" by Time Out New York and is considered a "Flickr star" by Rob Walker, Consumed columnist, for the New York Times.