115 books (6 pages) in this category
by Elias W Friedman
<DIV>He fires up the Nikon. Fills his pockets with treats. Dresses in special gear—pants with built-in kneepads and shoes that are not only made for walking but also have a thick rubber toe for squatting. And last but not least, he packs a
by James; Schapiro, Steve Baldwin
First published in 1963, James Baldwin's A Fire Next Time stabbed at the heart of America's so-called ldquo;Negro problemrdquo;. As remarkable for its masterful prose as it is for its uncompromising account of black experience in the United ...
by Scott Kelby
<p><b>In <i>The Landscape Photography Book,</i> professional photographer and bestselling author Scott Kelby teaches you how to sheet and edit jaw-dropping landscape photographs.</b></p><p>Scott covers all you need to know, as he discusses ...
by Ann (ed.) Hawthorne
by Mary Mccartney
<DIV><P>In Mary McCartney's largest body of work to date she pays tribute to the extraordinary beauty of her white stallion, Alejandro. Over the course of four seasons McCartney captures the strength and grace of his form against an idyllic ...
by GREGORY MCNAMEE
SyArt Wolfe’s immersive photos capture the wonder humans have felt about trees for millennia. From the biblical Tree of Life to the Native American Tree of Peace, trees have played an archetypal role in human culture and spirituality since time
by Darren Jew
Discover the hidden depths of Australia's oceans through these stunning images full of sparkling coral reefs, diverse plant life and spectacular creatures both large and small. ...
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 Andrew Ladis
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 Don Jessen
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 ...
The science of perception
by Brian Dilg
Spectacular Moments in Nature Photography
by California Academy of Sciences
This breathtaking collection of nature photography reveals rare creatures, transports us to distant landscapes, and captures fleeting moments of drama and beauty in the natural world. From a rare glimpse of the elusive Pampas cat to a ...