If you haven’t heard of Joel Meyerowtiz, then you’re in the minority, he has one of the biggest names in photography and there’s no doubt that his reputation is totally deserved.
Where I Find Myself is an introspective look at his entire career and it touches on every single one of his greatest projects.
Why We Love Where I Find Myself
Becoming a better photographer, means immersing yourself in other people’s work and the best insight comes from the greatest photographers.
Joel Meyerowitz has shot in black and white and color, his subjects range from Ground Zero to trees and most of all his street photography is truly iconic.
This is the kind of photobook that a photographer can lose themself in for weeks picking apart technique and learning from Joel’s searingly honest expressions on what works and what doesn’t.
Final Thoughts On Where I Find Myself
Where I Find Myself is a genuine modern classic of the art and it’s still surprisingly affordable, we’d recommend that you grab a copy before it goes shooting up in price.
Joel Meyerowitz also contributes to Bystander and his fellow Magnum photographers show off their thought processes in Magnum Contact Sheets and Elliot Erwitt’s Personal Best, why not check them out?
You can grab a copy online here.