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I really wanted him to reflect on photography itself, not photographs. Society tries to make photography an art or makes it into a tyrant in this world of consumerism since we consume images.

Is it the translation? Patronizing and solipsistic as a discussion of photography.

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A must read for any Photography enthusist, but for anyone else, horrible. His main focus in this argument is his search to find a true representation of his mother after she had died. Manuel Alejandro rated it did not like it Feb 15, Had to read this during my reading week at Uni. Mainly, Roland Barthes used photography and certain photos to reflect rather philosophically on life, loss, and truth.

Other elements of photography are not considered, and instead he marvels at the possibility that the subject of an old photo may still be alive.

For me personally, I prefer reading interpretations of Barthes rather than his actual words. Mie rated it did not like it Sep 28, Want to Read saving…. Even back inwhat Barthes wrote of photography must have felt sepia-toned. Felix rated it did not like it Mar 22, To this end, several black-and-white photos by the likes of Avedon, Clifford, Hine, Mapplethorpe, Nadar, Van Der Zee, and so forth are reprinted throughout the text. MRS rated it did not like it May 28, He does have some strange ideas, but I do agree that photos should not be tamed or segmented into a specific block of culture.


Or am I hopelessly contemporary with the ability to only read on the surface. Is it the use of Latin words?

However, it was nearly impossible for me to read. From the title, I assumed that the book would be about photography, which it only partially concerned. I really don’t know, but a dialogue about this book would be helpful.

Every passage I read I had to re-read at least twice. Barthes’ ideas explored a diverse range of fields and he influenced the development of schools of theory including structuralism, semiotics, social theory, design theory, anthropology, and post-structuralism. Open Preview See a Problem? Shukura rated it did not like it Jul 20, Probably the strangest belief Barthes lays with photography is that every photographer deals with Death since photos are effectually displayers of Death.

He talks about specific photographs a lot in his other works and I really didn’t want to read a few hundred pages of him talking about random photographs.

Boring, nonsensical, difficult to read and all I could think was “why should I care what you like? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

I passionately hated this. In all fairness there are a lot of interesting points in this book.

Throughout Barthes often comes across as someone quick to say the memorable or the clever but not necessarily the truth.

Barthes spends ample time assigning Latin names to elements of what is, essentially, irony, baryhes their interaction as either clever or lame, and then abandons them. So I’m not saying that this was bad just wasn’t my type o Had to read this during my reading week at Uni.

I had to read this for my Experimental Photography class in undergrad. The main question with which Barthes deals is “What is photography? Theresa Schweitzer rated it did not like it Sep 09, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.


As Barthes himself says, “This books is its archaic trace. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

I wanted to rip my hair out. However, this just talks about Barthes views and thing. I do enjoy the thought of a maybe mysterious or even haunting photo, but the deep analyzing and the discovery that photos have to have an air or a look or all these other things in order to “wound” us why would I want to be wounded by a photo?

Really not my kind of thing to read. The second half, devoted to his mother, reveals more about his character than the art form. Refresh and try again.

Camera Luminoasa Roland Barthes

This personal, wide-ranging, and contemplative volume–and the last book Barthes published–finds the author applying his influential perceptiveness and famera insight to the subject of photography. The only suitable picture he discovers in his backward search through time is one when she was a child. I didn’t really understand the essay to beginning with but having a lecture about the book allowed me to have more of an understand to he’s thoughts and reasons to why we had to read such a book.

For the better part of the second half of the book when I was forcing myself to keep readingI was silently badthes that someone had told this guy about Christianity and the saving love of Jesus. Garthes Perez rated it did not like it Nov 04,

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