Includes a cast of self-portraitists that includes a range of personalities, from students to artists, actors, stylists, dancers, models, musicians, teachers, and more. This book gives us a rare glimpse at the way everyday women see themselves - or wish they did.
"The Digital Photography Book, Vol. 4" follows in the footsteps of the wildly successful previous volumes, giving photographers nearly 200 more closely guarded photographic "tricks of the trade" to get them shooting dramatically better-looking, sharper, more colorful, more professional-looking photos with their digital cameras.
June Newton, renowned under her photographic pseudonym Alice Springs, takes the reader on an extraordinary journey from her childhood in Australia, via work and travels with her husband, Helmut Newton, to life today in LA and Monaco.
To capture an image of the crystal octopus, one of the ocean's rarest and most elusive creatures, became the goal in Ali bin Thalith's obsession with underwater marine photography. Over 10 years of searching has produced cornucopia of extraordinary deep sea images, of which over 100 are selected here, shot in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Since losing 100 pounds at age 40, quitting her straight job, and embarking on a career as an erotic photographer, the author has documented her sexual experiences with dozens of men. Her work has been described as a midlife version of Natacha Merritt's "Digital Diaries", as intensely personal, and as sexually unbounded.