Her name: Céline Ravier. She has just written a remarkable book, entitled: ([AUTO] PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITION. Investigation on a mutation.) The book is published by the publisher Arnaud Bizalion. We will publish the main themes of the book in four installments, this is the second one! The current upheavals in the photographic publishing market Enjoyment comes from the image. This is the big change. – Roland Barthes The world of photographic publishing has evolved profoundly over the past ten years and the observation is unequivocal: on all sides, we are now talking about “overpublishing”. What are the factors? Today, it is possible to distinguish several categories of photo books publishers: historic publishers, independent publishers of smaller size, alternative publishers or micro-publishers, and self-published photographer-authors. In addition to this large landscape of publishers (and publishing methods), there is an increasing number of photographers fresh out of photography schools that want to publish their books. In results since the 2010s, an inflation in the supply of photography books. Patrick Le Bescont, founder of the Filigranes publishing house, has seen a fairly clear...
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