The Art of Seeing by Ulli Michel
The Best of Reuters Photography

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The Reuters News Pictures Service was created in 1985 and has since become the world's leading provider of photographic images. The Art of Seeing offers a fascinating selection of news pictures taken by Reuters photographers who have had the vision and ability to see and capture extraordinary incidents. The collection comprises a story with many threads. The book sets each photograph in context, outlining the circumstances behind the image: how the photographers came to witness these events and how they managed to document them. It showcases the two essential characteristics of the top photojournalist - a nose for a story and an eye for a photo.
 

About Ulli Michel

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Ulli Michel" began his news photography career in 1983 as a trainee with Deutsche Presse Agentur in Frankfurt and Stuggart. After two years there, he joined Reuters as a staff photographer in Bonn and Hamburg. In 1986 he moved to Brussels as a photographer/sub-editor on the European picture desk, then spent nearly nine months in Dubai covering the tanker war. Ulli was Chief Photographer in Johannesburg from September, 1988 and in 1991 he took up the job of Asian Deputy Picture Editor in Hong Kong. He has based there until 1993, before further two-year stints as Chief Photographer in Bonn and Moscow. Since 1977, he has lived in London and works as Global Pictures Editor.
 
Published December 5, 2000 by Financial Times/Prentice Hall. 210 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Arts & Photography.