Features photos that reveal the diversity and creativity with which women approach self-stimulation, and portray the beauty of ordinary women in the throes of orgasm - a beauty far richer than the male oriented depictions seen in pornography.
Ed Fox has become internationally known for a photographic style that captures every curve of a woman's body. In Ed Fox II he brings us new models, arresting locations - many blending the desert landscapes of Southern California with Fox's passion for automobiles - and fantasies mild to extra spicy, all shot in warm, caressing natural light.
Assumes a good working knowledge of the technical basics - such as correct exposure, filtration, and sharpness - and concentrates on the 'heart and soul' of landscape photography: the principles of composition and aesthetic design to convey meaning and emotion.
Suitable for photographers, those interested in urban studies and adolescence, New Yorkers, and in-line skaters and extreme sports enthusiasts everywhere, this book weaves together images of the skaters with their own words, showing the skaters' struggles to find a place to skate and build skate parks, and just to survive in the city.
In December of 1958, the author arrived the day before Fidel Castro took power and spent a week canvassing the island before finally coming into contact with his subject. This edition offers a telling portrait of Cuba and its enigmatic leader. It also features color photographs of the weeks the author spent travelling with Castro.
Beginning with a comprehensive guide to the choice of cameras, lenses and other equipment and accessories, the author discusses the fundamentals of exposure - aperture, shutter speed, ISO, dynamic range - and an appreciation of the effects of light on the landscape, at various times of the day and in all types of weather.