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Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography (Anglais) Broché – 15 juillet 1993


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"Of all his works it is the most accessible in language and the most revealing about the author. And effortlessly, as if in passing, his reflections on photography raise questions and doubts which will permanently affect the vision of the reader" (Guardian)

"I am moved by the sense of discovery in Camera Lucida, by the glimpse of a return to a lost world" (New Society)

"Profoundly shaped the way the medium is regarded" (Geoff Dyer Guardian)

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Examining the themes of presence and absence, the relationship between photography and theatre, history and death, these 'reflections on photography' begin as an investigation into the nature of photographs. Then, as Barthes contemplates a photograph of his mother as a child, the book becomes an exposition of his own mind.


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Roland Barthes (1915-1980)
A été directeur d'études à l'École pratique des hautes études (« Sociologie des signes, symboles et représentations ») avant d'occuper en 1976 la chaire de Sémiologie littéraire au Collège de France.
Il a publié toute son œuvre au Seuil, de « Mythologies » à « La Chambre claire » en passant par « Les Fragments d'un discours amoureux ».

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Great for a photographers collection, but not for all 17 décembre 2010
Par Stephen Pellerine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Quite an interesting documentary of photography by Barthes. I think books like this, and Sontag, are interesting to read as they help us gain perspectives from photography from various approaches. This is simply a nice book to read that happens to reflect on what gifts/memories that images catch and leave behind for society to come.

It is philosophical in the sense that is questions what images do, but again a nice story in that it moves from image to image discussing them. Images of places that make you want to live there, images of people and how these images capture the essence of time, culture, and the gift of being alive.

It's a great read, for me, as a photographer going to my shelf wanting something to read on photography other than about apertures and technical underpinnings. Of course they are related, and unarguably necessary, for good photography - but like Sontag you experience some of the hidden games of photography.

For the deep thinking photographers out there, and admittedly not for all.
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Difficult but well worth it 15 novembre 2013
Par T - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I got this book for an Art History class (History of Photography). I gave myself exactly one week to read this book. It wasn't enough time; this book is incredibly complex for Undergraduate reading. I had to reread the book several times, but thanks to my teacher, TA and fellow students, we managed to break it down and begin actually seeing what Barthes is saying. He wrote this book as an essay not necessarily to teach but more so to explain why he was attracted to photos more than others while looking for his perfect photo of his recently deceased mother. The first part of the book breaks down and explains the different parts of photography. The most important term to remember is punctum (and studium which goes with it) and enimos, or essence. The Second part breaks down his discovery of the Winter Garden photo (which is never seen in the book) and why he is attracted to it, or other words, he uses the terms from Part One to explain the photo.

As a student I highly dislike this book because of its difficult reading, but as an Art Historian, I find it incredibly useful, especially for any students planning on going into Contemporary art, which is highly dominated by the field of photography.
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Intriguing and open ended 30 mai 2013
Par W - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book never cease to make me think about the role of pictures and the way it seduces our senses and memory that is difficult to explain by words. A lot of people arguing on the Barthes insistence on the aura of the pictures, though it's remaining true since the early invention of photography. I'm intrigued by this essay and continually fascinated by this search for meaning in the object of picture. Highly recommended!
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Photo theory 6 mars 2013
Par Eduardo G - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an excellent book for those who want to understand photography criticism. Ronald Barthes was not a photographer himself, but he greatly helped in the construction of contemporary photography. His writings doesn't make sense some times, but understand that this book was originally wrote in French and at the last living year of Barthes. Then you will understand.
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Great book! 17 février 2014
Par c scollans - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
It is one of the best historical texts regarding the influence of photography on culture. Well written and thoughtful discourse!
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