Pilgrim - a photo book, Richard Gere, emne: film og foto
Richard Gere has pursued and developed an interest in photography since childhood. This is a volume of the photographs he has taken in the last 15 years of his friendship with and study under the Dalai Lama. They document his trips through India, Nepal and Tibet, and his own spiritual journey.
The actor captures his journey through India, Nepal, Zanskar, and Tibet through a collection of sixty-five photographs, complete with a foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
One of the photos in the book explains Richard Geres way of working with the camera(The photo is in this add):
His Holiness the Dalai Lama, West Bengal, 1996
“It completely changed my life the first time I was in the presence of His Holiness,” Gere once told Melvin McLeod, editor of the “Shambhala Sun” and “Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly.”
“There is some magical sense that the camera sees more than our eyes do. It sees into people in a way that we don’t normally. Just a picture of His Holiness seems to communicate so much. Just to see his face. It’s arresting and at the same time it’s opening.” Gere usually takes his shots very quickly, but for this one he sat with His Holiness from 3:30am until 11am for four days until he got the light in the windows just right".
Hardback with minor wear, greeting on inside cover - fixed price.
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