327 books (17 pages) in this category
by Natalie;Graham, Fiona King
Includes an interview with filmmaker Paul Cox (who taught Carol Jerrems); a text on Carol Jerrems by photographer Roger Scott. Preface by Jason Smith, director of Heide Museum of Modern Art; afterword by Ken Jerrems, brother of Carol Jerrems. ...
by Douglas Ljungkvist
Since 2007 Douglas Ljungkvist has been photographing vintage cars, mostly in Brooklyn's urban and industrial landscapes. The work has matured into a cohesive typology ready for publication. The project is a study of form, design, and beauty ...
by Richard East
A lost man. A rescued cat. A road trip like no other. People everywhere have fallen in love with Willow, the van cat, as she explores the wilds of Australia with Richard, her devoted owner. Now for the first time, Richard and Willow tell the ...
by JON COOKSEY
by Chris Groenhout
<DIV>Victoria’s landscape is second to none, from the rugged coastline of the Great Ocean Road to the rolling peaks and fresh alpine air of the High Country, from the Warburton Valley’s towering redwoods to the pristine beaches and ...
by JOHN THOMSON
Classic document of social realism contains 37 photographs by famed Victorian photographer John Thomson, accompanied by individual essays - by Thomson himself or social activist Adolphe Smith - that offer sharply drawn vignettes of lower-class ...
This outstanding collection displays the remarkable richness and diversity that make Victorian costume enduringly popular. A fascinating window into the everyday life of the past, it features 239 authentic images from the 1840s through 1900, in ...
by Liam Kennedy And Caitlin Patrick
by Jane Lydon
<p><p>When the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948, photography was considered a ‘universal language’ that would communicate across barriers of race and ...
by Wade Davis
Anthropologist and best-selling author Wade Davis has traveled the world, befriending indigenous peoples on every continent and engaging in their spiritual lives and practices. To him, no culture is primitive--every daily habit, every ritual, ...
by Michael A. Crang
150 People Share the One Object that Brings Them Joy, Magic, and Meaning
by Bill Shapiro
Modern Photography Explained
by Jackie Higgins
The science of perception
by Brian Dilg
Capturing Landscape, Portrait, Street, and Architectural Photographs with Wide-Angle Lenses
by Chris Marquardt
The very thing that makes wide-angle photography so compelling also makes it a challenge: While you're sure to capture a vast scene using a wide-angle lens, it can be difficult to direct the viewer's attention when so many elements are included ...
by Peter & Beverly Pickford
by Natural History Museum
<DIV><P>These are the most memorable images of animal behaviour from the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. They have been specially selected for this unique book from the hundred of thousands ...
by Phillip Prodger
‘I want to make a picture that could stand on its own, regardless of what it was a picture of. I’ve never been a bit interested in the fact that this was a picture of a blues musician or a street corner or something.’ – William Eggleston William