A masterful exhibit of photographic artistry.
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
In “The Way We Were” (published by Xlibris) author George Forss compiles a myriad of tastefully done photographs that shows his incredible skills in photography and also chronicles his many years as one of New York’s premier photographers.
“The Way We Were” is an entrancing collection of photographs taken by author and life long photographer George Forss. This collection of pictures shows the author’s own perceptions on life and his long and colorful journey on becoming a renowned photographer. Each and every picture contains a poignant memory for the author and shows his immense love of picture taking. The pictures are predominantly of the many diverse and famous spots in New York City and gives off a sense of nostalgia to anyone who sees them.
This immersive picture book paints a picture of the author’s life, his struggles as a young photographer honing his art through thousands of shots in order to get the perfect one. “The Way We Were” is a masterful exhibit of photographic artistry.
“The Way We Were”
By George Forss
Hardcover | 6x9in | 106 pages | ISBN 9781499070927
Softcover | 6x9in | 106 pages | ISBN 9781499070934
E-Book | 106 pages | ISBN 9781499070910
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
George Forss started photographing NYC around 1974. He was 32 years old and got the idea of making scenes of New York City and selling his pictures in the city streets after the invention of resin coated printing paper. He had a job as a messenger delivering packages all around New York. This gave him the means to go around the city looking for interesting subjects to photograph while he was delivering packages.
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