About the Ebook
Over the course of a year some of the world’s leading contemporary photographers created challenges for members of an online community called 26 by 26. This book aims to showcase a small selection of the images submitted to the project and tries to give a flavour of the diverse work created in a plethora of styles and formats. The 26 by 26 project aimed to stretch its members creatively, encouraging experimentation in terms of approach as well as aesthetics. Whilst taking part in the project, members could gain an insight into how a group of well-respected photographers approach their art, as often their challenges were reflective of their own practice.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
- Version Fixed-layout ebook, 146 pgs
- Publish Date Nov 03, 2014
- Last edit Feb 19, 2015
- Language English
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52 by 52 was an online community who respond to a weekly challenge set by an accomplished guest photographer. Each week the 52 by 52 members interpreted the photographer’s challenge in whichever way they felt appropriate and submitted a photo to a Flickr group.