Photographing People: At Home and Around the World is the 6th volume in a series of instructional books first started by internationally acclaimed photographer Freeman Patterson. Here, Andr Gallant, Pattersons longtime teaching partner and co-author of Photo Impressionism and the Subjective Image, offers clear instructions for photographers who want to capture the free spirit of a child, the extraordinary life of a grandparent, or the mysterious draw of a stranger who compels the imagination.This edition features 100 stunning photographs with extended captions that include valuable technical guidelines for both film and digital photographers, and illustrates the superb craftsmanship behind beautiful photography.
About the author
ANDRE GALLANT specializes in travel photography. He is the author of Dreamscapes: Exploring Photo Montages and was the photographer for the illustrated books Winter, The Great Lakes and Seacoasts, all written by Pierre Berton. In 1996 he joined Freeman Patterson as a teaching partner in his visual design workshops at Shamper's Bluff. His work has been published in Photo Life, Canadian Living, Canadian Geographic, Elm Street, Gardening Life and enRoute. He has received three National Magazine awards.