221 books (12 pages) in this category
by TONY NOURMAND
Nourmand has the eye, the persistence, the enthusiasm and the experience to select a "hundred best" that actually means something. Christopher Frayling For the first time, world vintage movie poster authority, Tony Nourmand, shares his personal ...
by DAVID HURN
Iconic 1960s photographs from one of Magnum's finest photographers. "More than perhaps any other photographer from this often-stereotyped decade, Hurn presents one of the most authentic and visually exciting essays on the 1960s that I have ...
by C FRAYLING
Harry Lange and the Design of the Landmark Science Fiction Film The Holy Grail - Harry Lange's complete unseen archive This stunning tome is a previously unseen look behind-the-scenes at the making of this most legendary of science fiction ...
by LAUREN GOLDSTEIN-CROWE
"With my sunglasses on, I'm Jack Nicholson. Without them, I'm fat and 60." Sunglasses. The great equaliser. Celebrities wear them to blend in, the rest of us wear them to stand out. Either way, nothing else, except possibly the way one dances, ...
The Douglas Kirkland Monograph
by Douglas Kirkland
This comprehensive volume of images honours Douglas Kirkland, the talented photographer who has been such an integral leading force in contemporary culture and photograph. ...
Like Kayaking Into a Room Full of People
by Benjamin Margalit
A Totemic Tale is a fine art photography e-Book featuring literal optical illusion totemic imagery. A story is woven about two men whose lives are thousands of years apart, and poetry that helps make the spiritual connection between them ...eBook
by Shawn Lacey
<p data-version='1.1'>To be clear, this book won't make you wealthy or help you lose weight. This author is widely acclaimed not at all as this is his first book.</p><p>This is a collection of nearly 60 poems written during his travels for ...eBook
by Nick Brandt
by George Steinmetz
by Jean-Francois Chaix
by Stephen Shore
A photo-diary of Stephen Shore's experience crossing America in the 1970s. In 1972, Stephen Shore left New York City and set out with a friend to Amarillo, Texas. He didn't drive, so his first view of America was framed by the passenger's window
Rediscovering the Photographs of Explorer Carl Lumholtz
by Bill Broyles, Ann Christine Eek, Phyllis La Farge & others
Internationally renowned as an exciting guide to unknown peoples and places, Norwegian Carl Lumholtz was a Victorian-era explorer, anthropologist, natural scientist, writer, and photographer who worked in Australia, Mexico, and Borneo. His ...eBook
Sydney & Beyond Through the Lens of Arthur Wigram Allen
by Caroline Mackanes
Sydney & beyond through the lens of Arthur Wigram Allen.Sydney lawyer and identity Arthur Wigram Allen, a tirelessly enthusiastic photographer, was fascinated by the social and technological changes occurring during his lifetime. His talent ...
by Valerie Phillips
Valerie Phillips has earned cult status for her iconic photographs of cool girls next door. Another Girl Another Planet is Phillips' first monograph featuring the best of her work, sure to attract the legions of Phillips fans in the art and ...
by Gale Newton
by Isshiki Yoshiko
Photographing the Russian North
by William Craft Brumfield
<div>Carpeted in boreal forests, dotted with lakes, cut by rivers, and straddling the Arctic Circle, the region surrounding the White Sea, which is known as the Russian North, is sparsely populated and immensely isolated. It is also the home to ...eBook
by David Rennie
Each year, photographers from around the world are invited to enter the Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year competition. (ANZANG refers to the AustraliaNew ZealandAntarcticaNew Guinea bioregion.) Last year, 2013, David ...
by KANE/ ANDERSON
Art Kane was one of the most profoundly influential photographers of the twentieth century. A bold visionary, his work explored a number of genres fashion, editorial, celebrity portraiture, travel, and nudes with an unrelenting and innovative ...
How a TV Cameraman Covered News in Bygone Days
by Carl Sorensen
In the early sixties American networks started looking for cameramen to cover the military events in Vietnam and the Dominican Republic. CBS News hired Carl Sorensen. He tells how, with Correspondent Dan Rather, he survived an attack by a ...eBook