Reportage

 

REPORTAGE

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The longest trade route in the Ancient World, from the 7th century, carrying tea from southwest China to Tibet, in return for war horses for the Imperial Army. Over a two-year shoot, beginning in 2009, I covered almost 3,000 km of trails through Yunnan, Sichuan, Tibet and Qinghai.

332 pages, 262 photographs, hardback

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Sudan was Africa's largest country before the 2011 split. I shot everywhere, including Darfur, from 2003 to 2006, with old friends Tim Carney and Vicki Butler. Jimmy Carter kindly wrote the foreword, and said, "Michael Freeman's camera has caught the essential humanity of Sudan."

335 pages, 298 photographs, hardback

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From Mount Kailash in western Tibet to the imperial Shinto shrines at Ise, Japan, I did this with my old friend Alistair Shearer who, as Publisher's Weekly wrote, "offers deep textual insights that match the quality of Freeman's stunning color photographs." Read more HERE.

208 pages TK photographs, hardback

    

 

 

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NOT a photographic book! Well, a few shots, but really it's one of those other creatures, a written book. It's the story of Cambodia, worked around the narrative of my many visits, beginning with  Return to the Killing Fields and Angkor.

200 pages, 43 photographs, paperback

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Another book mainly of words (plus 150 pictures!). The Guardian wrote, "Freeman...explains the food of south-east Asia in words and pictures that have never been bettered." More reviews HERE.

240 pages, 150 photographs, paperback

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