Book Review – “Focus: Found Face”

I feel really bad that I am only writing this book review now. “Focus: Found Faces” was sent to me a few months back and with moving and other events of the time it went missing until today. It is a fantastic book and deserves better. Enough of that, lets dive into the book.

Focus: Found Faces” is a book published by Lark. It is a compilation of images (245 to be precise) from photographers in over 25 countries. As the title suggests it is simply a book of images where faces were found in everyday objects. From cheese graters to man-hole covers, and a camera bag to hairs on a bar of soap – that’s right.

What I love about this book is the way it opens you eyes to see things in a different perspective. After getting this book I have started doing creative¬†exercises¬†to look for things in mundane objects that we don’t normally recognize are there.


A great book if you are looking for inspiration or to inspire someone else. Check it out.

Author Bio

Tristan - Founder

Founder of PhotoComment. In a relatively short space of time he has experienced the photography industry almost full circle. From camera repairs, to photographic retail, wholesale, marketing for one of the large camera brands, part time photographer and of course blogger there is hardly a moment when he is not eating, drinking and occasionally getting some sleep where photography is not involved.