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10 thoughts on “Of Love War

  1. says:

    Well done Lynsey Addario Your book is terribly beautiful and poignant and compelling and raw and informative and thought provoking and sad and awe inspiring and and a fitting autobiographical retrospective on an impressive and celebrated career Also kudos to Addario for her naked and raw and self aware honesty which I distinguish from her insecurities which of course drive many most? lifelong high achieversFrankly I wish I had seen and read this book first or much as I hate to say it instead of her prior book It's What I Do because and this is MY problem not hers but in the spirit of transparency I spent much of THAT book being frustrated with and not liking her which of course takes nothing away from her epic and impressive career or work To be clear plenty of other folks liked her first book than I did so go ahead give it a try My sense however was that this book better showcased her work and brought together a life time of opening the world's eyes to sights they otherwise would not have seen and it did so incredibly well and efficiently and effectively bringing together a perfect mix of large and small scale photographs contact sheets letters hand written notes interviews or A's and clippings Overall it's a well orchestrated wholeIn retrospect I also regret that I checked the book out from the library it was an impulse move it was on my to read list I saw it on the shelf and I couldn't resist I then consumed it in less than 24 hours which is saying something because I spent a fair amount of time on some of the pages pictures passages I should have bought the book she earned every penny and my guess is that I'll end up buying another copy and give it as a gift Consumer's tidbit The hardback book is large and heavy not uite a coffee table book but closer to that than most mass market hardback formats The extra size and weight and the investment in uality paper were good decisions and I hope they do it justice when they eventually release it in a softer cover


  2. says:

    Addsrio takes really moving photos the sorts that inspire awe and emotion I wish there’d been even photos to experience in this book The background stories and emails added just enough info to keep the visuals in context


  3. says:

    This is a hard book to peruse Addario has bore witness to many atrocities and has not been shy in recording them in the hopes to elicit aid The photos elicit a visceral reaction and the correspondence that accompany them can be eually heart wrenching


  4. says:

    Just by chance I had read Addario’s excellent “It’s what I do” a few days prior to the release of this book and it made me want to see of her amazing and moving pictures Luckily this book is just that a collection of her work from all around the globe


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    I think the thing most people don't understand is that taking a photograph is a tiny percent of what it is to be a photographer It's also everything else doing the research getting the access writing the proposal doing the logistics getting the visa finding a place to stay getting access to the subject getting the subject to open up to me L Addario Unlike most photography collections I've ever seen Lynsey Addario's Of Love and War seems singularly great at revealing a process or parts of one at least through which a photographer aspiring to tell important stories compellingly successfully did so over a career Full page plates of marked up contact sheets notes written to loved ones and friends on the backs Kodak paper contributions from fellow journalists she has worked with in different locales these are some of the unexpected additions to a collection like this that allows one to sit with than just just the end result of a million shutter clicks If photojournalism is something you are interested in I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that you will be impressed and inspired by the work this book represents and the way it tells the story of someone who tells the story


  6. says:

    I listened to Lynsey Addario’s autobiography “It’s What I Do A Photographer’s Life of Love War” on Audible several months prior to the publication of this book “Of Love War” Although her writing evoked vivid visual imagery I often found myself wishing that I could see photographs of the scenes she described in her autobiography I understand that the print version of “It’s What I Do” has a few pictures but not like “Of Love War” Addario’s compassion for people in conflict her amazing sense of timing her technical knowledge of photography and her capacity to capture the human spirit in a visual format render “Of Love War” a truly outstanding contribution to the field of photojournalism If you are unfamiliar with Addario’s work purchase both books simultaneously They are not parallel but complement each other well I liked the audio format of “It’s What I Do” because Tavia Gilbert’s outstanding narration brought Addario’s words to life The Kindle format for “Of Love War” seemed the logical choice for me because of the ability to zoom in and out of the photos I was not disappointed I can only hope that policy makers around the globe will feel as moved by these books as I was


  7. says:

    Of Love and War Addario 4 starsThis is a coffee table book of Lynsey Addario’s prize winning photography It is a logical companion book to her memoir It's What I Do A Photographer's Life of Love and War Some of the same photographs are included in the memoir in a smaller format I’d also seen many of them on her website Much of this book’s text is duplicated in the memoir but there are also several essays from other well known journalists The larger format of this book increases the impact of the photography Most of the pictures are brutal and devastating The pictures speak is ways that words can’t I have the greatest respect for Addario and her work “I look at women like that and I just can't believe it never gets any better for so many people on this planet When I look at this book this body of work I think Why are we so lucky to have born in a country of no war? Why am I so lucky? That's what I always come back to That's what still plagues me”


  8. says:

    Photos and experiences from the career of Lynsey Addario brutal shocking painful to look at Her main concern as a photographer is covering race justice war and women's issues I had to put this down several times because of the graphic content and I'm a certified nurse midwife who has seen plenty of emergencies It is different to read about the maternal mortality rate in Sierra Leone and to see photos of a young girl dying after childbirth though A good reminder of the suffering of survivors globally the impossibly good fortune to be born in a country without war and the need to help seek peace


  9. says:

    This goes to the top of my list as a must read Why you should read thisRefugeesWomen's IssuesWar in the Mideast CompassionGratitudeThe one thing I disliked was how some pages were full of film strips too tiny to see the details What I liked the most about this book the one page accounts of what the author or colleague personally experienced The words were powerful than the photos I learned things I will never forget and my heart has opened up even wider and I wake up grateful for all my freedoms as a woman in the US


  10. says:

    So glad I was able to get this from the library to read Compelling photos and subject matter and mostly writing that supported that My only criticism which is not really a criticism is that I wanted double or triple the amount of photos and background on each section Some of the writing and interviews were a little much but I’m assuming there are people out there who are interested in a ton of detail about process or this or that NGO Regardless well worth the read