Photographs Not Taken: Photographers Talk About the Images They Never Made
The recently published “Photographs Not Taken: A Collection of Photographers' Essays” (Daylight, 2012) is a remarkable collection of words about photography that contains not a single photograph. In their own words, the sixty photographers who contributed the essays in this book tell the stories of the images they never took. The overall effect is powerful and thought provoking although these are mostly about the small moments when a camera was set aside.
None of these essays is some hoary fish tale about the “one that got away,” the photo that did not happen because the light changed...
Source: Imaging Resource