Long-awaited new book from the premier Angkor photographer

John mcdermott websiteOne of the most well-known photographers of the Angkor temples is John McDermott. If you have been in Siem Reap perhaps you have been to his gallery. Once called the “Ansel Adams of Angkor” by the New York Times, American-born McDermott captures the Angkor temples as no one else can. If you are going to Siem Reap you really should stop by and see his unusual and evocative photos where you can buy very reasonably priced prints. Being on the gallery’s e-mailing list I just received an email about his long-awaited new book:

“Announcing the pre-release of Elegy: Reflections on Angkor, the long-awaited book of John McDermott’s images of Angkor

To all of you who have visited my gallery or asked when my book will be published, many thanks.

I am happy to announce that my new book Elegy: Reflections on Angkor is now available to order in advance of its release. Printed in Italy by a distinguished art house printer, this definitive collection of my work includes over 100 images created over 14 years.

I am now offering a special discount on all pre-release book orders received in the next two weeks.

In addition I have released ten new images from the book as fine art prints. You can see details of this special offer here.

To see a quick preview of the book, view details of the offer, and order a copy, please see this page.

Please feel free to forward this offer to friends who might be interested.

All the best from Cambodia,

John McDermott


(Thinking of visiting the temples of Angkor Wat? Don’t forget to check out Savuth’s tuk tuk services!)

~ by Leonard on September 26, 2009.

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