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Author(s): Steve Sint
Book Pages: 224 - Publish Date: 2005 - Publisher: Lark Books
Description: Through dozens of photos and expert tips, you'll learn how to arrange a variety of poses and make the process painless for everyone.
Book Pages: 370 - Publish Date: 2003 - Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
Description: 'Image Ethics in the Digital Age' brings together leading experts in the fields of journalism, media studies, & law to address the challenges presented by new technology & assess the implications for personal & societal values & behavior.
Book Pages: 127 - Publish Date: 1995 - Publisher: Getty Publications
Description: The J. Paul Getty Museum owns eighty-two photographs by Moholy-Nagy, almost fifty of which are presented in this volume, the second in the Museum's In Focus series on photographers. The plates are accompanied by commentaries by Katherine Ware, Assistant Curator in the Department of Photographs. Ms. Ware, along with Thomas Barrow, Jeannine Fiedler, Charles Hagen, Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Weston Naef, and Leland Rice, participated in a colloquium on the life and work of Moholy-Nagy at the Museum in 1994.
Author(s): Joe Farace
Book Pages: 160 - Publish Date: 2006-10-01 - Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Description: Cameras can capture what the eye can't perceive: the presence of infrared light. And shooting infrared (IR) with a digital camera makes it easier than ever to create distinctively dreamlike high-contrast black-and-white pictures. Using a wealth of stunning images, this thorough resource explores the technical and creative possibilities of this unique and increasingly popular medium. Begin with the...
Author(s): Olivia Locher
Book Pages: 112 - Publish Date: 2017-09-05 - Publisher: Chronicle Books
Description: Strange, outdated laws from each of the 50 U.S. states—some overturned, some still on the books, and some merely the stuff of legends—are depicted with sly wit by Olivia Locher. Incisive, ironic, and gorgeous, these images will appeal to art buffs and trivia fans alike. A foreword from American poet Kenneth Goldsmith and an interview with the artist by Eric Shiner, former director of the Andy ...
Book Pages: 356 - Publish Date: 2013-10-15 - Publisher: Rocky Nook, Inc.
Description: Today's digital cameras continue to produce increasingly higher definition image data files, making high resolution, large-format output possible. As printing technology moves forward at an equally fast pace, the new inkjet printers are capable of printing with great precision at a very fine resolution, providing an amazing tonal range and significantly superior image permanence at a more affordab...
Book Pages: 281 - Publish Date: 1986 - Publisher: UNC Press Books
Description: Traces the development of American homes, looks at Victorian, bungalow, ranch, and Cape Cod style houses, and describes how the family lifestyle has changed
Book Pages: 399 - Publish Date: 2014-09-01 - Publisher: Yale University Press
Description: Collects street photographs from noted photographers of cities around the world, from New York and Sao Paolo to Paris and Sydney.
Author(s): Andre Ruesch
Book Pages: 206 - Publish Date: 2017-08-14 - Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Description: André Ruesch has been an active photographer for over thirty years. After receiving a BA in photographic studies at Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, he moved to Albuquerque to receive his MA and MFA for graduate studies in photography at the University of New Mexico. While there, his main mentors were Patrick Nagatani, Betty Hahn, and Eugenia Parry. Ruesch’s work has been internationally ...
Author(s): Dora Apel
Book Pages: 208 - Publish Date: 2015-06-23 - Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Description: Once the manufacturing powerhouse of the nation, Detroit has become emblematic of failing cities everywhere—the paradigmatic city of ruins—and the epicenter of an explosive growth in images of urban decay. In Beautiful Terrible Ruins, art historian Dora Apel explores a wide array of these images, ranging from photography, advertising, and television, to documentaries, video games, and zombie a...