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
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.
Showcases tribal cultures around the world. This title presents us with images of customs and artifacts, and also offers insightful portraits of people who are the guardians of a culture that they - and we - hope will be passed on to future generations in all its glory.
Aims to teach picture composition and enhance the quality of the work. This book includes compositional implications of widescreen, DV cameras, and teaches through examples of practical scenarios and problem-solving. It is useful for a practising camera and trainee camera operator, and, students and lecturers on a film production course.
This monumental collection of D'Agata's controversial work is a cult classic and companion to one of the most talked-about photography exhibitions of the past decade, available now for the first time in English.
A study of the advertising campaigns and marketing strategies launched by Kodak in the early years of snapshot photography. It demonstrates how these stand at the centre of a shift in American domestic life that goes deeper than technological innovations in cameras and film.