Steve Simon, photojournalist, “THE” king of street photographers in New York City: “He was a bit of a rock star to me— he traveled the world shooting pictures and shared them with thousands of photographers at The Nikon School. This book is a rare opportunity to get inside the head of a master street photographer. Steal some of Larry’s ideas and techniques like I did and make them your own.” www.stevesimonphoto.com
Ted Grant (recently deceased), OC, Canada’s premier photographer: “Whether you’re a professional or an amateur, this is a book for every photographer. It’s excellent straight-forward common sense. This is a Cracker Jack, easy reading book. It is complete with quite understandable how-to-do-it suggestions. Actually many, if not all (the techniques) have been my guide of shooting during the past 65 years. I highly recommend this book and suggest that it be read carefully. Try each and every suggestion. No question, you will gain a far greater insight to capturing “stolen moments.”
Ken Heyman, my mentor and to whom my book is dedicated and former MAGNUM photographer, over 200 assignments for LIFE Magazine and over 22 photo books: “I’m slowly looking at your excellent book. Cover pix and title–excellent. Your flowery description and dedication to me is embarrassing, but part of me says, “yeah Ken.” Many thanks. A very impressive piece of work, congratulations!”
Dennis Miles, Academic Coordinator, Photography Studies, Ryerson University: “I just finished reading your eBook and I really like it. Your comment, which I use to motivate my students, and attribute to you: ‘The best pictures in the world have yet to be made.’ Its perfect.”
David Eisenberg, photographer (clients: Rolling Stone, Playboy and more):
”Larry Frank; photographer, writer, educator, seeker of the beauty of humanity, shares life’s unguarded ‘Stolen Moments,’ captured forever in this collection of passionate and humorous imagery. In this eBook, Larry explains, in everyday language, the ‘How To techniques,’ that everyone can easily learn, to capture their own stolen moments. Revisiting these photographs over and over again, I am allowed to be part of that adventurous journey of being on the road or street with Larry.
Marc Miller, photo educator: Master of Fine Art in Photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology, past instructor at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Nikon School of Photography, “I can say that Visual Rhythm has it all. If this book was available for my classes I would have used it as my course textbook.”