Photographers Sjoerd Spendel & Lennart de Jong from Holland started the '365-Days' project on Tumblr. 'One photograph a day, for 365 days. The only rule: every picture must be in black & white.' Their aim was to improve their photography and capture the zeitgeist of their year. Three years on, their blog has attracted over 300,000 followers.
Explores how freeing the female leg became central to women's liberation, beginning with the French Revolution and ending with the sexual revolution. This book contains over 400 photos that document the burlesque 'leg shows' of the 1800s, the silk-stockinged flappers of the 1920s, and the nylon-mania of the 1940s.
Explores the origins of mammary madness through three decades of natural big-breasted nudes. Starting with the WWII Bosom-Mania, this book guides you over, around, and in between the dangerous curves of several models. It contains photos of these iconic women, and nine interviews, including those with Tempest Storm, Uschi Digard, and Candy Barr.
A guide to cinematography, covering the range of creative and technical issues in the field. It presents the basics and beyond, employing explanations of standard practice together with substantial illustrations and diagrams to reveal the real world of film production. It discusses many examples of fresh ideas and experiments in cinematography.
This type of photography is called 'urbex'. The photographers are, by definition, curious about unknown and forgotten places which are often dangerous and forbidden. The mixture of photography and excitement is Wigo's motive. He came in contact with other urbex photographers and at meetings information was exchanged
The female butt, tush, culo, or derriere has always inspired awe, fantasy, and slavish devotion. Butts balance our bodies while running, according to biologists. But a pygophiliac answers that: female hindquarters exist to please the eye, the hands, and parts south. This book explores this perennial fascination with female booty.
Suitable for those serious about photography, this comprehensive guide takes you from capture to output in both digital and film media, with sections on lens use, darkroom techniques, digital cameras and scanners, image editing techniques and processes, workflow, digital file formats and image archiving.
In this personal book full of real-world wisdom and incredible images, duChemin shows budding photographers both the how and the why of finding, chasing, and expressing their vision with a camera. He covers how to tell stories, and the technology and tools available in order to tell those narratives.