256 books (13 pages) in this category
Truth, Opinions, and Practical Advice
by Henry Horenstein
A Friendly Guide and Journal for Improving Your Photographs
by Alan Hess
<p>Learning the basics of photography can seem like a daunting task. Unless luck strikes, the resulting images are usually not very good. But it doesn't have to be this way. Enter <i>Make Great Photos: A Friendly Guide and Journal for Improving ...
Developing a Personal Visual Workflow
by Ibarionex Perello
by Cara Finnegan
by Alain Briot
Selling your photographs successfully requires an in-depth knowledge of marketing, something that most photographers and artists have not studied. Alain Briot's marketing approach is based on offering a quality product in small quantity and ...
by BIEBER JOEY
by LEWIS W. HINE
I will take you into the heart of modern industry where machines and skyscrapers are being made, where the character of the men is being put into the motors, the airplanes, the dynamos upon which the life and happiness of millions of us ...
by Giuseppe Santamaria
by Michael Zavros
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by Paul Barolsky
by Tom Blachford
Created over the course of three years, by Australian photographer Tom Blachford, the surreal images function as portals in time, with the homes, cars, and beautiful scenery appearing almost exactly as it all did 60 years ago. The crisp ...
by Frederick Burwick
by JOAN W. GANDY
Life on the Mississippi in the heyday of the steamboat lives in our imaginations through the artistry of Mark Twain, Edna Ferber, and Hollywood films, or perhaps a glimpse of a salvaged riverboat living out its last years as a theme restaurant. ...
by Chris Jackson
From the modern-day fairy tale of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding to the births of Prince George and Princess Charlotte and their soon-to-be new sibling to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's historic marriage to countless Royal
by Helga Leunig
Exquisitely beautiful photographs capturing family, nature and community ...
by Si Spurrier
But when the spotlight-shunning, straitlaced tracer known as Tab finds herself in an ultra-violent race for her greatest prize yet, she's forced to work with her greatest enemy, the only person capable of IDing him- her own elderly, overbearing ...
by JOHN KOBAL
The Hollywood of the Forties brings many images to mind. Do you remember the most famous pinup of them all? Betty Grable smiling at you all through World War II. The original sweater girl, Lana Turner. Rita Hayworth in all her glory. The ...
by ROY MEREDITH
Mathew Brady, one of the foremost early American photographers and one of the earliest war photographers, was ""official photographer"" for the Union Army in the Civil War. With his assistants and his horse-drawn photographic wagon, Brady ...
A celebration of the classic Australian hairstyle
by Isabella Moore
by Peter McIsaac