English photographer Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904) is a pioneer in visual studies of human and animal locomotion. This resplendent book traces the life and work of Muybridge, from his early thinking about anatomy and movement to his latest photographic experiments.
Girls, Gags & Giggles" - this was Robert Harrison's recipe for dishing up the American pin-up to the U.S. male. In the 1950s his girlie magazines sold by the millions, before becoming icons of pulp and trash culture. These skilfully illustrated girls with their curvaceous forms and inviting lingerie soon overtook America's national dessert.
High-definition is ubiquitous in video production. This comprehensive book presents the explanations, definitions, and workflows that cinematographers and camera operators need to make the transition. It explains the high-definition process, suggests the best methods for filming, and helps you choose the right camera and equipment for your crew.
On 16 August 2012, a contingent of the South African police service opened fire with R5 assault rifles on a group of striking miners on and around Wonderkop near the Marikana platinum mine in South AfricaÆs North West province.
One of photographers true greats, Henri Cartier-Bresson, nailed photography perfectly when he coined the phrase the decisive moment. This book deals with the power of photography to capture slices of times and life.
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.
You hear the term more often now: urban farming or gardening, in other words city gardening. Growing your own vegetables, fruit and herbs in your city garden, on your balcony or even on your roof. And, if possible, together, as there are more and more initiatives to create on undeveloped pieces of land