A Journey Through the Heart of the Continent
by Paul Lockyer & Paul Lockyer
Lake Eyre occupies a vast mythological and real landscape - its basin makes up one sixth of the Australian continent and it is the 'inland sea' so many early exploreres died trying to disover. But for most of the time the lake is empty, a vast ...
by Ross Coulthart
During the First World War, thousands of Aussie diggers and other Allied troops passed through the French town of Vignacourt, two hours north of Paris. Many had their photographs taken by Louis and Antoinette Thuillier as souvenirs while they ...
People, Parties, Places
by Hamish Bowles
Following on from the huge success of Vogue Living, this one of a kind collection of stunning images selected from the magazine's phenomenal archive presents a fabulous survey of the rich and famous, in their homes or at play. Trendsetters and ...
Your Ultimate Guide to Concert Photography
by Loe Beerens
Author Loe Beerens, a veteran photographer on the international concert scene, relates his experience in and knowledge of all the important aspects of planning and photographing concerts of all kinds. From punk to classical and everything in ...
Vodou, Politics and Revolution on the Streets of Haiti
by Leah Gordon
Voudou, sex, death and revolution are key ingredients in the stunning themes and visual imagery of the street theatre Kanaval of Jacmel, Haiti, where the men drag up, black up, wear cow horns, throw lassos and put snakes in their mouths!
by Scott Bridle
Helicopter pilot and photographer Scott Bridle offers a unique view of the vast cattle stations and raw natural beauty of outback Australia. Traversing Queensland, the Northern Territory and South Australia, his aerial shots - often captured ...
by Theresa Wilkie, Jonathan Carson & Rosie Miller
There is a renewed interest in the relationship of photography and the artist's book, both as a work of art and as an alternative means of exhibition and dissemination. There is also a notable expansion in the activities of self-publication by ...
by Olivier De Goursac
Visions of Mars offers a visual tour of the main geographic features of Mars as they have been recorded by twenty years of remote-sensing missions, ranging from the Viking orbiter/lander of the late 1970s through the Pathfinder orbiter/rover of ...
by Michael O'Brien & Tom Waits
Michael O'Brien got out of his car one day in 1975 and sought the acquaintance of a man named John Madden who lived under an overpass. Their initial contact grew into a friendship that O'Brien chronicled for the Miami News, where he began his ...
by Penelope Dyan
Paris is a fun place for kids if you know where to look. And our photographer and writer certainly do know where to look for things kids will really like to see. After all, it is all in the presentation! So whether you want to travel vicariously ...
by Staffan Widstrand, Florian Mollers & Peter Carins
The result of one of the largest photography projects ever undertaken, "Wild Wonders of Europe" presents an astonishing view of the continent's flora and fauna. Organized by Staffan Widstrand, Florian Mollers, Peter Cairns and Bridget Wijnberg, ...
The Offshore Lights
by John Ibbotson & Craig Molyneux
A superb collection of photographs and stories about Australia's offshore lighthouses, their spectacular locations and the people who maintain them. In conjunction with Lighthouses of Australia from the End of an Era, the two books contain the ...
Landscapes with Figures * Natural Habitats: 1994 - 2009
by Massimo Vitali & Whitney Davis
In Steidl's ongoing project to catalogue the life's work of this Italian master of the photographic medium, this slipcased edition brings together the two volumes which encompass all Massimo Vitali's images to create a collector's edition.
Once Upon a Time
by Slim Aarons & Frank Zachary
This volume shows Aarons influential photographs of the international elite in their exclusive playgrounds during the jet-set decades of the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
Athletics as Image and Spectacle
by David E. Little
<p> Sporting events as spectacle. Athletes as cultural icons. It was not always so, and "The Sports Show" reveals in a dramatic way how photography and film and new media transformed age-old leisure activities into the pop culture phenomena of ...
The Step-by-step Secrets for How to Make Your Photos Look Like the Pros'!
by Scott Kelby
Scott Kelby, the man who changed the "digital darkroom" forever with his groundbreaking, #1 bestselling, award-winning book The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers, now tackles the most important side of digital photography--how to take ...
An Appreciation of Nuneaton Street Market
by Barry Evans
The author follows a mythical traveller who arrives in Nuneaton and is captivated by the life and joy of the market town. The stories of the traveller and the market intertwine for a day where Winter turns into Spring at the crossroads of the world.
by Ivan O'Mahoney & Steve Bibb
Great Southern Land is an epic journey across Australia, from the top of the Snowy Mountains to the tropical wilds of the Gulf of Carpentaria; the irrigated farms of the Murray Darling Basin to the ancient forests of Tasmania. It is the pictorial ...
by David Travis
Drawing on interviews with the master photographer himself, this is a fascinating volume repatriates some of Karsh's most iconic portraits with the stories behind them. In August and September of 1988, Yousuf Karsh's long-time assistant, Jerry ...
Out of the Shadows
by Richard Cahan & Michael Williams
Presenting her breathtaking photographs alongside interviews with those who knew her best, this volume is the first attempt to put Vivian Maiers work in context and create a moving portrait of her as an artist. Though she created more than 10,000 ...