David Hamilton (15 April 1933 – 25 November 2016) was a British photographer and film director best known for his photography of young women and girls, mostly in the nude. His signature soft focus style was called the “Hamilton Blur”, which was erroneously thought to be achieved by smearing Vaseline on the lens of his camera. It was not created that way. Hamilton’s images became part of an “art or pornography” debate.
pp. 144 large format (gift inscription to fep, edge-wear to top of dustjacket, otherwise a lovely copy). #0721
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