Obie encompasses a decades-long sweep of his lifeÆs work and covers the globe. It is part coffee-table book, part travelogue, part autobiography and part storybook, with a bit of philosophy thrown in for good measure.
Takes you on a grand tour of civilization's most important landmarks. This title includes a "bucket list" for the intellectually curious, an illustrated survey of the places where history was forged - where influential battles were fought, where empires rose and fell, where religions were founded and artistic renaissances flourished.
Lets reader visit Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Botswana, and Namibia. This title takes them on a journey the unmissable in sub-Saharan Africa. It features images that juxtapose the scale and grandeur of the continent with an attention to smaller, less obvious wonders.
Although for many visitors the Kalahari evokes images of winter game drives in a vast desert of thirsty red sands, it is the capricious summer landscape that has been luring painter and photographer Robert Grogan back to this region for more than 30 years.
Through personal stories, recipes, historical images and Craig FraserÆs beautiful visuals, Bo-Kaap Kitchen reveals the heart of the Cape Malay people, their history and identity, distinctive architecture and language.
Manenberg - built as a dormitory suburb for the working people of the city - is the product and symbol of dispossession and extrusion from Cape Town's heart. Here, in a mirror image of the beautiful and desirable city, life is lived at the very edge.
Helps you to build your photography skills. This learning programme is suitable for any aspiring photographer. It guides you through every aspect of digital photography, using a combination of tutorials, step-by-step photo shoots, practical assignments and fun Q&As. It enables you to understand and use your camera to its full potential.
This type of photography is called 'urbex'. The photographers are, by definition, curious about unknown and forgotten places which are often dangerous and forbidden. The mixture of photography and excitement is Wigo's motive. He came in contact with other urbex photographers and at meetings information was exchanged