Walking in the Light: Ken Duncan's Iconic Australian Images & Their Stories
Celebrating the very best of Ken Duncan's iconic Australian shots - and spanning virtually his whole career - Walking in the Light presents ninety-six highlights from Ken's far-reaching photographic journeys. Almost all of these images have been previously released as...
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Celebrating the very best of Ken Duncan's iconic Australian shots - and spanning virtually his whole career - Walking in the Light presents ninety-six highlights from Ken's far-reaching photographic journeys. Almost all of these images have been previously released as individual artworks in their own right, in the form of signed, framed Limited Edition Prints that command high prices in the marketplace, and grace the walls of countless homes and business premises. This magnificent volume also contains the stories behind these iconic images as well as (for the first time ever) the technical photographic specifications for each shot. 28 x 48.6cm.
Walking in the Light features a diverse array of Ken Duncan's favourite and most iconic images from an outstanding career spanning more than 25 years, as selected by the photographer himself. Each image is accompanied by the technical details of the shots, and the often sought-after stories describing the emotions and reasons why Ken took particular photographs. This collection not only appeals to the mind but also to the heart as Ken describes his adventures whilst capturing images that make Australia so unique and special. Walking in the Light follows the highly successful top-edge spine format of Ken's Reflections series, allowing the images to be presented in a large size without interruption from a spine.
Ken Duncan (born 20 December 1954) OAM is one of the world's leading panoramic landscape photographers. Based in Australia, his distinctive images have appeared in many books and magazines. Ken's outstanding Limited Edition Prints are displayed in many private and corporate collections worldwide and in the highly acclaimed Ken Duncan Galleries.