Item description for Robert Frank: Paris by Robert Frank & Ute Eskildsen...
Edited by Robert Frank, Ute Eskildsen.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8" Height: 9.5" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2008
ISBN 3865215246 ISBN13 9783865215246
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More About Robert Frank & Ute Eskildsen
Robert Frank, Ph.D., is an educational psychologist, family therapist, and assistant professor of psychology at Oakton Community College in Des Plaines, Illinois. His dyslexia was undiagnosed until graduate school. He is married and the father of two children.
Robert Frank currently resides in Glenview, in the state of Illinois.
Reviews - What do customers think about Robert Frank: Paris?
Delightful with Flawed Format Jul 10, 2008
I am never happy with photos that have one edge corresponding with the spine or that extend partially onto a facing page. Too much of the information is lost as the facing pages curve toward the spine.
This delightful ensemble of work would, I think, be better presented in a format so that all images have some border separating them from the spine and do not project into or extend beyond the spine.
Perhaps the horizontal and vertical dimensions of the book might be slightly larger in order to present these fine images with space around them. All the photos bleed to at least one edge of a page. I can get used to that, but cannot get used to a bleed to the spine or extension partially onto the facing page.
The presentation in the same publisher's current printing of "The Americans" is a much more satisfying visual experience. There is enough separation from the spine not to be objectionable, and all photos are each on a single page.
Even photos on facing pages, as there are in "Paris," would be no problem if there is enough separation from the spine.