Because some photographers believe that photography is made to be seen in books, and because most photography prints are priced too high for mere mortals, an increasing number of photography fans are turning to books. These limited-edition books, beautifully laid out on high-quality paper, and sometimes signed by the artist, are becoming art objects as much as the prints themselves. A few of them acquire an almost
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