The Digital Photography Book Scott Kelby, the man who changed the "digital darkroom" forever with his groundbreaking, #1 bestselling, award-winning book The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers, now tackles the most important side of digital photography--how to take pro-quality shots using the same tricks today's top digital...
Digital Photography For Dummies Your digital camera can do so much! And Digital Photography For Dummies, 6th Edition helps you shoot, edit, and share great photos. This full-color guide is packed with stuff that’s not in your camera manual — tips on upgrading your equipment, working with focus and exposure, shooting like a pro,...
The Busy Girl's Guide to Digital Photography The only complete guide to photography designed specifically for women who want to improve their photographic skills for both pleasure and profit. With inspirational case studies and examples from professional and semi-pro female photographers, user-friendly technical explanations and image critiques,...
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Digital Photography You have a digital camera, now what? Thanks to memory sticks, docking stations, computers, image editing software, and printers, using your new digital camera can be frustrating and intimidating. With Absolute Beginner's Guide to Digital Photography, you'll learn everything you need to know to take...
Digital Photography Made Easy Tips and techniques for creating better pictures and enhancing the quality of the pictures that capture those memorable moments in life. Includes all the new digital camera terms, plus expert advice for taking better pictures on the Better Pictures in Five Easy Steps Bonus CD-ROM course...
Kodak Easyshare C195 Digital Camera (Red) Zoom in on life’s greatest moments and share them quickly and easily with the KODAK EASYSHARE C195 Digital Camera. With 5X optical zoom and Kodak’s Smart Capture feature, you’ll be shooting top notch pictures with ease...
Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage Pilgrimage took Annie Leibovitz to places that she could explore with no agenda. She wasn’t on assignment. She chose the subjects simply because they meant something to her.
Ansel Adams: 400 Photographs Presents the full spectrum of Adams' work in a single volume for the first time, offering the largest available compilation from his legendary photographic career. The photographs are arranged chronologically into five major periods, from his first photographs made in Yosemite and the High Sierra in 1916 to his work in the National Parks in the 1940s up to his last important photographs from the 1960s. An introduction and brief essays on selected images provide information aboutAdams' life, document the evolution of his technique, and give voice to his artistic vision.
National Geographic Simply Beautiful Photographs, Annie Griffiths Takes readers on a spectacular visual journey through some of the most stunning photographs to be found in National Geographic's famed Image Collection. Award-winning photographer Annie Griffiths culled the images to reflect the many variations on the universal theme of beauty. Chapters are organized around the aesthetic concepts that create beauty in a photograph: Light, Composition, Moment, Motion, Palette, and Wonder.
Man Ray, Guido Comis Man Ray was a photographer, painter, and creator of objects, experimental films, and images which were at times enigmatic. This collection, which presents more than 200 works and compares and contrasts images with biographical details, is divided into three main sections: Man Ray’s formative years spent between New York and an artists’ colony in Ridgefield, New Jersey; the Paris period; and the period spent between Hollywood and Paris, France - the city he ultimately chose to adopt as his home. The publication describes the creation of some of his most famous pieces and the motifs - very often of females - that inspired the works.
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century Cartier-Bresson is one of the most admired figures in the history of photography. His inventive work of the early 1930s helped define the creative potential of modern photography. Following World War II, he helped found the Magnum photo agency, which enabled photojournalists to reach a broad audience through magazines such as Life while retaining control over their work. This book surveys Cartier-Bresson's career through 300 photographs divided into 12 chapters.
Irving Penn: Small Trades Created in 1950 and 1951 in Paris, London, and New York, The Small Trades consists of portraits of skilled tradespeople dressed in their work clothes and carrying the tools of their respective trades. Capturing the humble coal heaver and the crisply dressed waiter with equal directness, Penn’s arresting portraits also underscore fascinating cultural differences. The Small Trades was Penn’s most extensive body of work, and he returned to it over many decades, producing ever more exacting prints. Two hundred-six unique images from the series are flawlessly reproduced in this book. In addition, the introductory essay describes the history and context of The Small Trades series and its importance to Penn’s career and the history of photography.
Diane Arbus: An Aperture Monograph This monograph contains eighty of Arbus's most masterful photos printed from new three-hundred-line-screen duotone film, allowing for startlingly clear reproduction. The impact of the collection is heightened by the introduction, which contains excerpts of audio tapes in which Arbus discusses her experiences as a photographer and her feelings about the often bizarre nature of her subjects. Diane Arbus's work has indelibly impacted modern visual sensibilities, evidenced by the intensely personal moments captured in this powerful group of photographs.
Karsh: A Biography In Images, Malcolm Rogers During his remarkable life, Yousuf Karsh, who was born in Armenia in 1908, traveled the globe to photograph subjects ranging from historical figures to anonymous farmers to steelworks. Karsh's reputation as one of the most sought-after portrait photographers of the 20th century is well established. A roll call of his subjects is a veritable who's who of the modern age - Winston Churchill, Jacqueline Kennedy, Pablo Picasso, Walt Disney, Elizabeth Taylor and Albert Einstein, to name just a few - and this book features many of these figures, in some of the most recognized images of our time. But added to the portraits are a number of lesser-known or previously unpublished photographs--early figure studies, atmospheric views of the Ottawa theatre and scenes of wheat fields, city streets and factories across Canada.