Our in-depth reviews of the latest photography books, covering everything from landscape and travel photography, to portraiture and street photography. We also take a look at books from photographers that have had a real impact, exploring their careers and portfolios.

If you’re looking for inspiration, take a look at our round up of the best photography books or take a look at photography books featuring the works of Fred Herzog, William Eggleston or Cindy Sherman.

 

East Ender Dougie Wallace

Brash, bold and vibrant, Dougie Wallace’s photography isn’t to everybody’s tastes – but it certainly gets people talking. Amy Davies explores his new book…

Shadow Catchers | Best Photography Books

We’ve studied our shelves to pick our favourite photography books, and we’ve asked some carefully selected individuals – including Martin Parr himself – to do…

Photography in Japan landscape

This engrossing study of how a formerly feudal society embraced photography in the 19th century is a must-read, says Geoff Harris

1994 cover

In '1994', we find Pieter Hugo taking a quieter, though no less meaningful, approach to his photography, with a series of portraits of children -…

Anne Geddes Small World small cover

It's likely you've seen Anne Geddes' work in some capacity. It could be through the 18 million books or 13 million calendars she's sold to…

Reng Hang cover

In February, Chinese photographer Ren Hang, at just 29, took his own life. His battle with depression was well documented, more often than not by…

Harrodsburg Dougie Wallace

Confrontational street photographer, Dougie Wallace, turns his attention to the extravagance of London's Knightsbridge. We check out his latest collection of shots