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.
Over three years in the making, Encounter spans the Asian, African, American, European and Antarctic continents. There are many books on wildlife photography; the challenge is to find new thresholds, rise to new heights, and the extra mile in extreme environments to grab the viewer's attention. This is what Encounter has undoubtedly achieved
Lauded by photographers, artists, and critics for his influence on the contemporary generation of art photographers, James Welling has created beautiful and uncompromising photographs for over thirty-five years. This book provides thorough presentation of the artists work to date.
Details the components and step-by-step use of over forty of the most widely used film cameras. This book talks about topics such as time code and time code slates, video assist, and the Steadicam film stabilizing system. It teaches basic film camera procedures and troubleshooting techniques.
This is the autobiography of Ronnie Maasz's 50-plus years as a cameraman. Rather than tell a chronological tale, the book is a humorous and light-hearted collage of international locales, quirky people, exciting events, and special effects gone wrong that the author has encountered along the way.