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Portraits of the 60s (Anglais) Relié – 26 novembre 1998


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the human eye of a very technical sport 25 avril 2001
Par Tina Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
On the cover of this book is a portrait of Jack Brabham, "smiling Jack", the face of a winner - tired, gritty, but highly pleassed with himself. This wonderful black-and-white picture epitomizes this whole book of motor racing portraits from the 60ies. Schlegelmilch is the man for the job. He has followed F1 since the early sixties, he has witnessed triumphs and tragedies and has always been able to portrait the human side of this high-pace, high-glitz and high-tech sport. The sixties saw incredible technical advancements in motor-racing, but these advancements sometimes came at a terrible price. It was also a decade where some of the greatest drivers of all time left their mark on the sport, like Jim Clark and Jackie Stewart. Schlegelmilch is the master of natural light and so many times has been able to capture that special moment, gesture or expression in a driver's face that says more than a 1000 words. Even if you are not an F1 or racing fan, this book presents black-and-wite portrait photography at the highest level and is a joy to look at.
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Excellence in black & white motor-racing photography. 27 avril 1999
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Format: Relié
Schlegelmilch has been in the profession of Formula One photography since 1962 and is highly regarded by his peers and his customers. The reason for that high esteem is displayed for all to see in this publication. Portraiture of the highest order of an era in motor-racing which will never be repeated. Rainer eschews artificial lighting....he invariably uses what natural light is available and, as a result, most of his images have an artistic quality rarely seen in motor-racing photographs. A fine publication at a most reasonable price and one that should be in the the collection of every Formula One enthusiast.
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A tremendous compmendium of photos from a bygone era in F1 15 novembre 1998
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Format: Relié
An oversized book filled with Ranier Schlegelmilch's magnificent photos of F1 in the 1960s, an era where the faces of the drivers were not yet hidden by full-visored helmets and where there were no gravel pits or armco barriers to limit the photographer's scope. The portraits of the racers are coupled with written profiles that encapsulate the essence of the man, in three languages. A comprehensive, black and white trip down memory lane.
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The pictures save! 11 juin 2004
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Format: Relié
Very nice and emotionally pictures! But where is the text for these touching pictures?? It's a pitty!
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