Books in category Photography – Subjects & Themes

  • Hockey in Springfield

    Hockey in Springfield
    Jim Mancuso

    Hockey in Springfield is the story of the teams, players, and coaches who make up one of the richest hockey traditions in all of North America.

  • Monterey Peninsula Impressions

    Monterey Peninsula Impressions

    One of the Sierra Club's most widely published photographers, James Randklev captures a vivid and varied portrait of the Monterey Peninsula, from the old-world charm of Carmel to the rocky beaches of the Big Sur coastline, from expansive …

  • August Sander

    August Sander
    August Sander, J. Paul Getty Museum

    "The approximately fifty plates featured in In Focus: August Sander are some of the most striking from the J. Paul Getty Museum's more than twelve hundred pictures by the artist.

  • Photographing Children Photo Workshop

    Photographing Children Photo Workshop
    Ginny Felch, Allison Tyler Jones

    "I hope that in this book you find inspiration and encouragement to follow any urges you have had to make photographs that capture the spirit of a child." — GINNY FELCH Learn to trust your instincts and your own unique vision Discover how …

  • Digital Nature Photography

    Digital Nature Photography
    Jon Cox

    Digital Nature Photography is the definitive how-to book on photographing nature with a digital camera.

  • Minnesota County Fairs

    Minnesota County Fairs

    A young girl cuddles a cow in the dairy barn. An earnest boy carefully guides a horse twice his height into the judging ring. Ar ow of dancers awaits the moment their choreographed performance begins.

  • The Art of Engagement Photography

    The Art of Engagement Photography
    Elizabeth Etienne

    Wedding and lifestyle photographer Elizabeth Etienne has created an essential guide to the art and business of shooting contemporary engagement photography, featuring insider advice on selling the session, research, posing, postproduction, …

  • Brown University Athletics

    Brown University Athletics
    Gordon M Morton III

    Brown University Athletics: From the Bruins to the Bears explores this rich and storied history with rare archival photographs.

  • A Cold War Tourist and His Camera

    A Cold War Tourist and His Camera
    Martha Langford, John Langford

    An intelligent and personal look at the ways that the historical and the private are represented and remembered, A Cold War Tourist and His Camera stages the family slide show as you've never seen it before.

  • Brand New Animals

    Brand New Animals
    Jules Spinatsch

    Brand New Animals deals with the artistic depiction of nature, which Spinatsch introduces to the reader as an alternative world.

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