Legendary street photographer, Joel Meyerowitz, sat down with Fotografiska New York’s Director of Exhibitions, Amanda Hajjar, for an intimate conversation to share some of the most fascinating stories from his illustrious career and to us a glimpse into his latest book, How I Make Photographs, the first in the innovative new “Masters of Photography” how-to series. In his book, Meyerowitz teaches the reader sensibilities and techniques to find a lens that suits their style and capture the world with infinite possibilities.
In Joel Meyerowitz: How I Make Photographs the legendary photographer guides the reader through 20 bite-size lessons sharing photographic techniques, exploring topics as diverse as how to uncover beauty in the ordinary, and editing photographs that suit any style. How I Make Photographs kicks off the “Masters of Photography” series that brings together the world’s most influential photographers to personally guide you through the creative process.
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About Joel Meyerowitz
Joel Meyerowitz is one of the most celebrated street photographers. Instrumental in changing attitudes towards colour photography in the 1960s and ’70s, he is a pioneer, innovator and highly influential teacher. Meyerowitz has exhibited the world over, including representing the United States at the 2002 Venice Biennale for Architecture with his images of Ground Zero. He has published more than 25 books and his works are held at MoMA, The Whitney Museum.