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In The Cruel Radiance, Susie Linfield challenges the idea that photographs of political violence exploit their subjects and pander to the voyeuristic tendencies of their viewers. Instead she argues passionately that looking at such images—and learning to see the people in them—is an ethically and politically necessary act that connects us to our modern history of violence and probes the human capacity for... more...
Updated with all-new photographs and information on technological advances, this comprehensive resource covers every technique photographers must master to rise to the challenge of being a wedding photographer. Topics covered range from selecting equipment and winning clients to posing and lighting breathtaking images. Critical techniques for success after the shoot are also covered, including tips for presenting images to clients, refining and... more...
From 1945 to 1950, during the formative years of his career, Stanley Kubrick worked as a photojournalist for Look magazine. Offering a comprehensive examination of the work he produced during this period—before going on to become one of America’s most celebrated filmmakers—Stanley Kubrick at "Look" Magazine sheds new light on the aesthetic and ideological factors that shaped his artistic voice.   Tracing the links... more...
"You're going where?" Carol Spencer Mitchell's father demanded as she set off in 1984 to cover the Middle East as a photojournalist for Newsweek and other publications. In this intensely thoughtful memoir, Spencer Mitchell probes the motivations that impelled her, a single, Jewish woman, to document the turmoil roiling the Arab world in the 1980s and 1990s, as well as how her experiences as a photojournalist "compelled [me] to set... more...
The reissue of this stunning testament to the most devastating war the world has ever seen arrives with the threat of yet another global conflict upon us, The haunting scenes are a unique visual tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in a fight for freedom as well as a sobering and timely look at the horror of war.
This is a spectacular photographic record of the D-Day invasion that captures many different aspects of the air, sea and military campaign. A great majority of photographs are unlikely to have been seen by the general public and they have been superbly reproduced directly from original negatives held by national archives in Britain and the USA. Lengthy captions describe the action portrayed in each photo and an introduction puts D-Day into its... more...
The legendary “band of brothers” in WWII in stirring words and pictures, from their historic landing in Normandy to the Allied victory in Europe.
Designed to inspire world travelers and photographers alike, this book takes you on a journey around the globe through the eyes of photographer Mario Dirks. In the fall of 2011, camera and lens manufacturer Sigma sent Mario on a yearlong adventure to photograph the most beautiful places on earth. As Sigma's World Scout, he spent 50 weeks visiting a total of 77 cities, 48 countries, and 6 continents. He took 101 flights and traveled... more...
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