Between the focus of the lens and the press of the shutter, the magic of photography begins. In the last century, photography has blossomed into a remarkably diverse and innovative field of expression.

To celebrate this last 100 years of brilliance, Musebooks has selected a sampling of texts featuring the work of some of the most acclaimed and interesting photographers from past generations and today. Each offers a fascinating look at the field and the amazing transformation that photography has undertaken.


Explore these photography titles on Musebooks today:

This volume presents the essence of the work of the great French photographer Eugène Atget (1857–1927) through 100 carefully selected photographs. (more...)

Bill Brandt
Bill Brandt (1904–1983) was the preeminent British photographer of the twentieth century and a founding father of photography’s modernist tradition. (more...)

Stephen Shore
Contemporary American culture is captured by Stephen Shore (b. 1947), one of the most influential photographers of our time, in this new catalogue organized alphabetically by theme and subject. (more...)

Hendrik Kerstens
This book brings together Dutch photographer Hendrik Kerstens’s (b. 1956) love for his daughter and his passion for the Dutch Masters through a series of innovative and intriguing photographs. (more...)

Looking for more art through the camera's lens? Check out the Musebooks category Framing Photography, featuring additional books on the topic.