Book: Just Like Sunday on the Farm - Crawdaddy Remembers the Nam and After by William C. Crawfordcategories: Book, Military Humor, Chilling Combat, Compelling Photos, Photography Tips, Combat Moments, Heroes, Villains, Vietnam War, Photojournalist, Memoir
William C. Crawfordabout this book: 45 years after the War, Crawdaddy finally reveals a ton about his tour as a grunt and a combat photojournalist. He shares ribald military humor, chilling combat sagas, and battle photos.
The latter portion of the book shifts to the recent present when he reunites with some fellow Army journalists and they roam America in search of compelling photo images. In the process, the friends develop a new approach to modern digital photography. Forensic Foraging employs minimalist, throwback techniques which pioneer photogs like Stephen Shore & Bill Eggleston utilized to bring compelling color images to the forefront of the American art scene. The volume is crammed with Forensic Foraging examples so that the reader can dive right in to this exciting genre, Crawdaddy tried to write this memoir many times over the past decades. But the Nam proved tough to forget, but even harder to remember. JUST LIKE SUNDAY ON THE FARM proves to be a riveting echo from the Jungle War!
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