Photography Sale

  • Baby Photography Now!

    Guidance on every aspect of creating 'wow' photos – from finding alternative angles and unusual poses to editing, enhancement and presentation.

    Advice about shooting every stage of life from pregnancy to first birthday. Step-by-step instructions for reproducing many of the intriguing photos. Chapter on displaying images as prints, on Web or even as interactive.

  • Basics Photography 06: Working in Black & White

    Whether examining the themes b&w images explore or each element of a composition, this exceptionally clear, concise & easy to follow reference guides students & amateurs through all the essential theories & techniques of b&w digital photography.

    Includes printing & papers & reintroducing colour aided by tips & fully illustrated with diagrams & inspiring imagery with full technical details.

  • Cameras & Photographica Price Guide
    How to become a collector and a comprehensive overview of photography's history and the equipment and images that are prized today: cameras, camera accessories, magic lanterns, optical toys and related items, magic lantern and optical toy accessories, stereo views, images: ambrotypes, autochromes, daguerreotypes, tintypes cabinet cards, cartes-de-visite. Lists of camera-, stereoscope-, stereo view manufacturers. Glossary.

    * 1500 detailed descriptions with prices
    * 1300 photos
    * 16-pages of colour
  • Capturing Time & Motion

    Capturing the effects of time and motion are two of the hottest topics in photography, and photographer Joseph Meehan provides the technical and aesthetic know-how for representing a three-dimensional world in a two-dimensional medium.

    Meehan explores the foundations of composition, light, and dimension that create the illusion of movement and passing time, and guides readers through a wide breadth of subjects, from shooting wildlife, sports, and moving backgrounds to creative digital techniques and panning.

  • Color Pipeline

    From capturing a digital image to creating the fine print, Dillard (RAW Pipeline author) offers the best route to getting a consistent, streamlined colour management workflow, by utilising the flexibility of RAW files & the colour handling of advanced Photoshop editing techniques (eg power of Smart Objects) to pump up your images.

    You'll also learn theory (eg foundations of colour), etc.

  • Digital Masters: Adventure Photography

    Learn to capture fast-moving subjects and deal with harsh conditions and weather while shooting today's popular extreme outdoor sports, from mountain biking and ice climbing to surfing, BASE jumping, and more.

    Of special interest is the Portraiture and Lifestyle chapter, which covers increasingly in-demand techniques. Budding professionals will particularly enjoy Clark's "Stories from the Field," chronicling his wildest adventures in the pursuit of the perfect action shot.

  • Digital SLR Colour Photography

    All the expert advice you need, on the questions you want answered, is now accessible - portable, practical and affordable: The Camera Bag Companions Book Three, Colour Photography, is a pocket size reference you can take anywhere!

    Covers everything from colour theory to camera profiles and in – camera effects. Clarifies the concepts of hue, saturation, colour temperature and more.

    Make the most of your Digital SLR'S capabilities. Understand how colour works and you will find your pictures gain that professional edge.

  • Elevate the Everyday

    Shows you how to take ordinary moments and turn them into memorable and lasting photographs. With a host of creative ideas, technical tips, stories of motherhood and inspirational images that go far beyond traditional posed shots, the author shows you how to unlock your creativity and document your family the way they are right now.

    • Accessible advice on camera settings, composition and more, to help ensure that photographing your family is made easy
    • Creative and easy ways to turn your daily routine with your children into opportunities for great photography
    • Inspirational stories and images from the author as well as from an exceptional community of mothers who are also photographers, writers and bloggers

  • Fashion Photography 101

    From award-winning photographer Lara Jade comes this hip how-to guide geared to the aspiring fashion shooter. Lara shares her experience of fashion photography in the digital age, including dedicated sections on retouching, genres of fashion photography and making the best use of social media.

    Whether you're taking your first-ever shot, working with a professional model for the first time or pitching to new clients, here is everything you need to produce moody, magical images that leap from the page straight into the viewer's imagination.

  • Fine Art Wedding Photography

    From one of today's most in-demand photographers, comes this cutting-edge style of fine art wedding photography.

    With solid techniques, helpful tips and more than 140 beautiful photographs, it shows you how to produce the lush images modern brides love. He shares his secrets for bringing a stylized sense of composition, lighting, posing and most importantly, design, to your images while keeping them organic and narrative.

    You'll learn Jose's trademark technique of capturing the more natural moment after a pose and tips for getting images right in-camera to avoid heavy postproduction.

  • How to Succeed in Commercial Photography

    Equips photographers at every career stage with all the tools they need for a rewarding and prosperous career. How to:

    • Outshine the competition
    • Build a pro team
    • Develop an online portfolio
    • Self-promote with a consistent message
    • Set goals and meet them
    • Survive difficult times by overcoming fear / creative blocks

    Pros interviews reveal how to avoid the pitfalls and missteps they've experienced.

  • Image Makers, Image Takers

    This is the first book to examine systematically what motivates and inspires some of the world's most established pros and makes them succeed.

    In advertising, portraiture, art, fashion, documentary . . . it reveals how each of them actually works, and explores what picture editors, curators, galleries, agency directors and art book publishers are looking for in an image. With 218 hand-selected images, 179 in colour.

  • In Our Own Image

    Twenty years ago, before the era of digital cameras, cell phones and the internet, Fred Ritchin outlined many of the ways in which the digital age would transform society. In Our Own Image was the first book to address the coming revolution in photography, and asked pointed questions that are increasingly relevant today, including whether democracy can survive the media's facile use of digital means.

    By the time a second edition was published in 1999, many of Ritchin's predictions had come true. Computer embellishment of imagery had become a staple in the media and had significantly diminished photography's role as a credible witness. Now Aperture reissues this seminal text, which has continued to shape the debate about digital imaging since its initial publication.

    This twentieth-anniversary edition features a preface by the author that contextualizes the book for a contemporary audience.

  • Landscape & Nature

    Natural landscape, dramatic cityscape or a majestic wild animal – get the images you want because you control every step of your workflow with digital technology.

    • Part 1 looks at the full spectrum of possibilities, from dealing with the weather to creating perfect digital panoramas
    • Part 2 wildlife photography, from snowscapes to stalking animals to setting up a hide in the rainforest
    • Part 3 the city, aerial surveys of a whole city to street art to people at work

  • Light Matters

    A selection of essays and criticisms, gathered from her writings published over 25 years.

    Vicki's subjects range from pop icons to the imagery of death, from the commercial use of journalistic images to the onslaught of sexual content in art photography. She casts new light on the work of masters, including Walker Evans, Brassai and Diane Arbus and contemporary trailblazers such as Eleanor Antin and Martin Parr.

    Goldberg demonstrates how to consider the images and their impact. 27 essays explore the role of photography in our lives and in our world.

  • Lighting & the Dramatic Portrait

    In text and photo captions, the author discusses both the technical details and how his images came about.

    The book covers every aspect of becoming a successful portrait pro, from creative to technical to business – cameras; illumination; film / digital capture; lighting setups with diagrams; shooting colour / b&w; communicating and dealing with subjects, clients, crews, suppliers, service providers.

  • Lo-Fi Photo Fun

    Discover all the things you can do with the images you've taken on your toy, Polaroid, or pinhole cameras.

    Practical information provides you with recipe-style advice on how to achieve inventive results.

    Organised by technique, each project begins with a gallery of images and followed by detailed instructions on how each effect is achieved, variations, handy tips on camera quirks and cross references to similar effects or techniques achieved with different projects.

  • Nigel Henderson

    This is the first volume to examine in-depth the extraordinary life of this "pivotal artist, whose influence on British art in the 1950s and 1960s was immense" yet he sank into obscurity after that. Features 159 of Henderson's images (20 colour), many never-before-published.

    Includes his documentary photos of the East End (which had significant impact on urban planning and architecture), his important 1950s exhibition images and his experimental work with the photographic medium, collage and design.

  • Photo Styling
    A photo-stylist's career embraces art and photography, he/she is responsible for making all the photos in magazines/ads look enticing (décor, food, garments) that say eat/wear/buy me.

    From your resumé to how to go freelance, a much-acclaimed photo stylist explains everything you need to know to embark upon this exciting career, which can lead to exotic overseas locations.
  • Photofile: Jacques Henri-Lartigue

    Jacques received his first camera in 1902 and soon after began to fill album after album with photographs of family and friends. He went on to capture the world, but always recorded what fascinated him the most: people in motion and objects in flight.

    The 63 photographs collected here-of car and bicycle races, early aeroplanes, enormous kites and of course, his family-radiate the intimacy and sheer exuberance he bought to his art.