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Amsterdam Canals

Amsterdam Canals

Through the Eyes of Cris Toala Olivares

By (author) Cris Toala Olivares


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  • The photos in this book are the result of an assignment by National Geographic. The Amsterdam Canals are part of the Unesco World Heritage. Olivares has taken pictures over the course of a year, on the occasion of the 400th birthday of the canals
Full Description
Discover the famous Amsterdam canals through the eyes of Ecuadorian photographer Cris Yoala Olivares. He highlighted the characteristic places of this city from different angles. The beautiful, historical houses, everyday life and the many tourists are captured through the lens of this top photographer from the air, the ground and the water. The result is a luxurious photography book. Text in English and Dutch.
About the Author
Amsterdam-based photographer Cris Toala Olivares (1982) travels around the world, chasing his own stories and the world news. As a teenager he moved from Ecuador to the Netherlands. With a photo of the tear gas attack by Israeli on Palestinean olive farmers, he won the 'Zilveren Camera' (silver camera) in 2009. Nowadays he works for international media such as Reuters, National Geographic and der Spiegel.
Lannoo Publishers
17th Dec 2014
World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
340 mm x 245 mm
352 Pages
300 color
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