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Yellowstone Country: The Photographs of Jack Richard

by Bob Richard & Mark Bagne

A regional pioneer of photojournalism, Jack Richard photographed in the Yellowstone area from the 1940s to the 1980s, where his crisp, superbly posed images captured the Western way of life. This book presents...


Under The Surface: Somerset Floods

by Matilda Temperley

Just before Christmas 2013 fields across the Somerset Levels began to flood. This has happened countless times before but for the second year running the waters did not recede. Two decades of neglect of a complex...


Speaking OUT: Queer Youth in Focus

by Candace Gingrich, Graeme Taylor & Rachelle Lee Smith

A photographic essay that explores a wide spectrum of experiences told from the perspective of a diverse group of young people, ages 14–24, identifying as queer (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning),...


Enduring Love: Inspiring Stories of Love and Wisdom at the End of Life

by Mary Landberg

As a hospice nurse and photographer, Mary Landberg has the honor to witness and capture in photographs the unwavering expression of love that endures between people living with terminal illness and their loved...


Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000

by Doug Menuez, Kurt Andersen & Elliot Erwitt

An eye-opening chronicle of the Silicon Valley technology boom, capturing key moments in the careers of Steve Jobs and more than seventy other leading innovators as they created today’s digital world

In the...


A Century of Railway Travel

by Paul Atterbury

From the Edwardian golden age of steam to the present, no mode of travel has captured the hearts of the British people like the railways. In wartime and peace, along major routes and minor, steam, diesel and...


What Labs Love

by Ed Camelli & Mike Singer

Lab owners love their dogs, and they'll fall for this full-color gift book, too.

For centuries, Labs have captivated humanity -- from child to adult, from urban denizen to country dweller. This photo essay captures...


A Century of Hairstyles

by Pamela Gibson

Nothing defines a person like their hairstyle - and what a century it has been for hair! Bangs, bobs, buns, beehives and bouffants have vied with pixie cuts, pin curls, perms and pageboys for ascendancy in an...


Blogging for Photographers: Explore your creativity & build your audience

by Jolie O'Dell

Photography is a dominant force in the blogosphere, and the potential reach and influence of a successful blog is something photographers of all levels cannot ignore- but where to begin? Veteran blogger Jolie...


A Toronto Album: Glimpses of the City That Was

by Mike Filey

This classic look at old Toronto portrays scenes of public life from 1860 to 1950, illustrating how dramatically the urban fabric and environment have changed.


Dark Girls

by Bill Duke, Shelia Moses & Shelia P. Moses

From the director of the NAACP Award–nominated documentary comes this gorgeous companion book to celebrate dark-skinned women.

Black has never been more beautiful. Dark Girls is a testament to the strength...


Hidden Cuba: A Photojournalist's Unauthorized Journey to Cuba to Capture Daily Life 50 Years After Castro's Revolution

by Jack Watson

Renowned American photographer Jack Watson traveled to Cuba on a legal humanitarian visa. He chronicled his journey with breathtaking, and often heartbreaking, images of the Cuban people, cites, and countryside....


Dirty Wow Wow and Other Love Stories: A Tribute to the Threadbare Companions of Childhood

by Cheryl Katz & Jeffrey Katz

It'¬?s rare to find a child whose very first best friend wasn'¬?t a fuzzy teddy bear or downy blanket. Whether clutched securely in little arms each night or dragged gamely through the playground each day,...


The first human : pebbles of light

by Omero Rossi

To understand the cognitive level of craftsmen, we should pay attention to handmade tools. This is the thought of Ian Tattersall (anthropologist, curator of the Anthropological Division of the New York Natural...


Ph1

by Luca Quaiotti

This first book is a collection of the most significant images i made with different cameras including even some mobile phones are able to realize pictures of considerable quality. It is not an encyclopedia,...


A Bridge from Darkness to Light: Thirteen Young Photographers Explore Their Afghanistan

by Bill Wright

In 2006, Texas historian and photographer Bill Wright traveled to Afghanistan to teach a course—sponsored by the Afghan NGO ASCHIANA, which seeks to support working children and their families—on digital...


True Places: A Lowcountry Preacher, His Church, and His People

by Stanley F. Lanzano

True Places is an emotionally charged photographic documentary of the lives of evangelical pastor Floyd Knowlin and his close-knit African American congregations who live, work, and worship in a rural stretch...


Mathematicians: An Outer View of the Inner World

by Mariana Cook & Robert C. Gunning

Mathematicians is a remarkable collection of ninety-two photographic portraits, featuring some of the most amazing mathematicians of our time. Acclaimed photographer Mariana Cook captures the exuberant and colorful...


Sabre the Journey

by Vito Tomasino

There are many books about flying, but perhaps none that so inspire each of us to pursue our individual voyages of discovery as Sabre the Journey. Its unique combination of photography, poetry, and prose virtually...


Witness in Our Time, Second Edition: Working Lives of Documentary Photographers

by Ken Light

Witness in Our Time traces the recent history of social documentary photography in the words of twenty-nine of the genre's best photographers, editors, and curators, showing how the profession remains vital,...