c.f. Publishes a Controversial Photo Book
An intimate reveal of emotions only the eye can see
Digital photography and Photoshop fails are considered normal in today’s society. With the over-glamorized need for perfection, photographer c.f. accepts the challenge of bringing back the natural beauty of a raw image. In a recent interview, the photographer discussed the reasoning behind the titling of his first photo book, Naked:
With film as the medium, time and patience is needed to plan, shoot, and wait for development of the photographs. Once the image is captured, the results can vary; small imperfections, such as light leaks or color changes, are what make film so unique. Naked is thus an expression of c.f.’s recent interactions in life from the view of his lens.
Pricing and Availability
Two versions of Naked are available now for pre-order at www.cary-fagan.com/naked. Pricing starts at $60 for the regular edition or at $75 for the special edition including prints featured from the book.
About Cary Fagan
The 25-year-old photographer, originally from Arizona, now resides in Houston, Texas. In recent months, he has taken more of his projects international. He is well known for his fine art photography and features in publications including The Huffington Post, Dazed, and C-Heads.