A must for anyone interested in travel photography, One People contains 255 photos of people of different races and ages from all over the world...
Title: One People: Many Journeys – Lonely Planet Pictorial Series
Author: Coordinating authors
Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications
Review: A must for anyone interested in travel photography, One People contains 255 photos of people of different races and ages from all over the world. As each page is home to just one picture, this gives plenty of space to each photo, enabling you to get the full impact. The book is structured to resemble a lifecycle starting with breathe, then progressing onto: play, live, work, love, celebrate and reflect, before ending with die. Each new chapter features an essay by leading travel photographers, including: Don George, Joe Cummings and Kate Armstrong. Like other Lonely Planet photography books the standard of photography is superb. One People is packed with colour and life, drawing at your emotions, making you laugh, cry and gasp. Our favourites include: women sorting red chillies from India; a young boy overloaded with watering cans in Afghanistan; a Russian woman sitting on her sofa in front of a wall covered in bullet holes; and explorers in Antarctica. One People would make a great Christmas present for aspiring travel photographs or anyone interested in other cultures.