Light, Gesture, And Color

Paperback | October 28, 2014

byJay Maisel

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Jay Maisel, hailed as one of the most brilliant, gifted photographers of all time, is much more than that. He is a mentor, teacher, and trailblazer to many photographers, and a hero to those who feel Jay’s teaching has changed the way they see and create their own photography. He is a living legend whose work is studied around the world, and whose teaching style and presentation garner standing ovations and critical acclaim every time he takes the stage.

Now, for the first time ever, Jay puts his amazing insights and learning moments from a lifetime behind the lens into a book that communicates the three most important aspects of street photography: light, gesture, and color. Each page unveils something new and challenges you to rethink everything you know about the bigger picture of photography. This isn’t a book about f-stops or ISOs. It’s about seeing. It’s about being surrounded by the ordinary and learning how to find the extraordinary. It’s about training your mind, and your eyes, to see and capture the world in a way that delights, engages, and captivates your viewers, and there is nobody that communicates this, visually or through the written word, like Jay Maisel.

Light, Gesture & Color is the seminal work of one of the true photographic geniuses of our time, and it can be your key to opening another level of understanding, appreciation, wonder, and creativity as you learn to express yourself, and your view of the world, through your camera. If you’re ready to break through the barriers that have held your photography back and that have kept you from making the types of images you’ve always dreamed of, and you’re ready to learn what photography is really about, you’re holding the key in your hands at this very moment.

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Jay Maisel, hailed as one of the most brilliant, gifted photographers of all time, is much more than that. He is a mentor, teacher, and trailblazer to many photographers, and a hero to those who feel Jay’s teaching has changed the way they see and create their own photography. He is a living legend whose work is studied around the wor...

Photographer Jay Maisel’s career spans 61 years. His name has become synonymous with vibrant color photography that uses light and gesture to create countless unforgettable images for advertising, editorial, and corporate communications. In addition, his pictures appear in books and private, corporate, and museum collections. Some of h...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 10.7 × 8.4 × 1 inPublished:October 28, 2014Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0134032268

ISBN - 13:9780134032269

Customer Reviews of Light, Gesture, And Color

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from coffee table book this photographer who is as colourful as they come has forgotten more about photography than I'll ever know. The book is full of LUSH images but his process to get to them I found lacking in this book. Unlike so many of the other authors I have read this book doesn't come with the Jay Maisel voice and dialogue.
Date published: 2015-08-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Over hipe As usual the Scott Kelby Group is over the top on their hipe of a new book. I looked at the book once and set it aside. It might have more appeal to an urbane/street photographer.
Date published: 2015-02-16

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Table of Contents

Sample section titles include:
- “Reverse Shadows”
- “Keep Moving”
- “New Viewpoint”
- “Keep Going Back”
- “Surprise and Delight”
- “Gesture Is Not Always Action”
- “Visual Contract”