|Rating||:||4.92 (902 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||172 Pages|
Photographer Paul Freeman brings us the fourth book in his exquisite Outback series which studies the raw and sensual masculinity of naked men in bushland and rural settings.
"Scintillating new installment in the Outback series" according to Andrew Nelson. Paul Freeman's previous book, Heroics, ventured into new and exciting territory and contained some of his best work. Having said that, the return to the Outback fanchise represented by the release of Bushmen is a most welcome reprise, and a superb addition to what is in my opinion the most outstanding series of photographic books anywhere.Bushmen contains probably the most diverse collection of models in any Freeman book, and, as in previous works, they are as nature intended; muscular, hirsute and, above all, naked. Where Bushmen differs from its predecessors however is in. The Finest of the Outback Series by Paul Freeman! Making a statement such as 'the finest of the Outback Series' is like praising gold within gold. Australian photographer Paul Freeman has managed to establish himself as the epitome of artists in capturing the essence of maleness. He has published eight monographs whose focus is the male nude, and despite the fact that they are all based on models from around the same area, each book is refreshingly new in its approach,Freeman opens his book with an 'enhanced' poem -AFTER ALL by Henry Lawson (1867 - 1922) - that sings of the bushmen of the outback region. And that sets the . "Bushmen is better" according to Nick. Probably one of the better in the series. It doesn't have the story quality of the first but the layout and presentation is better, more thought out and planned than the last two. His photography is nearly always impeccable and creative.