Dan and Justine of Perimeter Books are back again with some more Required Reading, today sharing their favourite photography books. Don’t forget Perimeter Books are co-hosting the Design Reading Room as part of the State of Design festival this week, be sure to pop by the Do Design Space to check it out! – Jenny x

Ah, there’s nothing sweeter than a lovely photography book. While we’re big collectors and purveyors of large-scale photographic volumes, we’ve decided to select a handful of less obvious, lesser known and more lo-fi publications for today’s perusing pleasure.  We hope they make you snap-happy. Click…

Pierre Le Hors – Firework Studies

Giasco Bertoli Tennis Courts

Henry Roy – Spirit

This wonderful, intimate edition from French filmmaker and photographer Henry Roy is about capturing the moment in all its evocative resonance. Spirit is published and printed in-house by amazing Pennsylvania small press Gottlund Verlag. Almost didn’t want to put this one out on the shelf!

Llyod Stubber – SCRAM

Cute little digitally printed edition self-published by 19-year-old Melbourne via Perth photographer Lloyd Stubber. Big ups mate! Ah, the precociousness of youth…

Nicolai Howalt & Trine Søndergaard – Dying Birds

Liedeke Kruk – Portraits

A gorgeous way to finish today’s post – Dutch photographic artist Liedeke Kruk’s stunning, expansive volume Portraits takes other high-profile artists as its defining motif. Published by Roma (London).

Talk tomorrow!

- Perimeter x