327 books (17 pages) in this category
by MAN RAY
Rich selection of various techniques include over and under exposure, shooting through fabric, superimposing images, and zeroing in on tiny details. Photographs are divided into general subjects, female figures (mainly nudes); women's faces ...
A Cultural History - Fourth edition
by Mary Warner Marien
The fourth edition of this comprehensive history of photography has been thoroughly revised and updated. Spanning the entire history of the medium, from its early development to current practice, and providing a focused understanding of the ...
by Helen Ennis
The striking images featured in <i>Photography and Australia</i>, in the new 'Exposures' series, documents the iconic sights of the rugged Australian landscape such as the imposing Uluru, or Ayers Rock, as well as documentary photographs, ...
by Daniel Palmer
<i>Photography and Collaboration </i>offers a fresh perspective on existing debates in art photography and on the act of photography in general. Unlike conventional accounts that celebrate individual photographers and their personal visions, ...
by James R. Ryan
In <i>Photography and Exploration</i>, James R. Ryan uses a variety of examples from polar journeys to space missions to show how exploration photographs have been created, circulated and consumed as objects of both scientific research and art. ...
by Andres Mario Zervigon
Richly illustrated with many previously unpublished images, <i>Photography and Germany </i>is the first single-authored history of German photography, and deepens our understanding of how photography cultivates notions of a nation and its ...
by Louis Kaplan
<p>The ticklish subject of humour is often on the sidelines of writing about photography, yet photos often entertain us with their wit and visual jokes.<br></p> <p>Photography and Humour remedies this situation by providing a history of ...
by Clare Harris
<p>Mysterious and often inaccessible, Tibet has been a source of fascination to outsiders for centuries and a troublesome and resistant subject for photographers.<br></p> <p>Even today, photography of Tibet often remains embroiled in debates ...
Tap into the Source of Your Creativity
by Torsten Andreas Hoffmann
In this book, Hoffmann explores an approach to photography based in Japanese Zen-Philosophy. Meditation and photography are both are based in the present moment, require complete focus, and are most successful when the mind is free from ...
Creative Techniques of 100 Great Photographers
by Paul Lowe
by Daniel Magilow
by Mary Warner Marien
Photography Visionaries is an inspiring guide to 75 of the most influential photographers from c.1900 to the present. Entertainingly written by an expert on photography, it provides fascinating insight into the lives and careers of men and women
by Jane Lydon
With their power to create a sense of proximity and empathy, photographs have long been a crucial means of exchanging ideas between people across the globe; this book explores the role of photography in shaping ideas about race and difference ...
Essential Techniques for Mastering Layer Masks, Brushes, and Blend modes
by Glyn Dewis
Adobe Photoshop is one of the most powerful image-editing applications ever created, but it is also widely thought to be difficult to learn, infinite in scope, and nearly impossible to master. For these reasons, many photographers choose to stay
Photography in Crisis
by Nancy K. Miller
Ever since the landmark publication of Susan Sontag’s <i>On Photography</i>, it has been impossible to look at photographs, particularly those of violence and suffering, without questioning our role as photographic voyeur. Are we desensitized by
by Peter Eve
Potent images of small-town Australia ...
by Charles Fréger
by Mehmet Eygi
Whether you're the photographer behind the camera or the model in front of the lens, chances are you could use some help with posing, which is one of the biggest challenges when it comes to portrait photography. POSE! provides the knowledge and ...
by Pramod Kumar And Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar