Her name: Celine Ravier. She has just written a remarkable book, entitled: [AUTO]ÉDITION PHOTOGRAPHIQUE. Enquête sur une mutation. ([AUTO] PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITION. Investigation of a mutation.) The book is published by the publisher Arnaud Bizalion. We will publish the main themes of the book in four installments! Today, in the era of technological and digital advances, in just a few decades and despite the “death of the book” repeatedly announced, many photographers consider the photography book as the most essential support to convey their vision to a large audience. These technological developments which threatened the book object in fact give them the possibility of editing and having a control, not only on the reproduction of their images, but also on the way of associating and presenting them. The photography book remains a special case and maintains its paper support despite or thanks to digital advances. This study stems from this observation: more and more photographers are editing or wanting to edit their own books. Backed by recent technological solutions, in parallel with the niche market of photographic publishing, a new...
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