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by Gert RichterThree weeks in Tokyo - writer photographer Gert Richter tells with his camera how he experienced Tokyo at different times, from different angles, in different quarters. An artistic, not at all touristy view of everyday life in a vibrant, fascinating metropolis.
by Dr. Rick Quinn“Outstanding photography! This book is a valuable contribution to the public’s understanding of our remarkable ‘near relatives.’” —Robert Bateman, wildlife painter and environmental icon “Just Like Us is an entertaining and informative read that illustrates how one ordinary person can be a catalyst for positive change.” —Jane Goodall, primatologist and bestselling author For most of his life, veterinarian Rick Quinn ignored a deep longing to meaningfully protect the endangered animals th... more
by Kiran weddingsPhotography is an important part of every wedding. Surely you want to capture all romantic moments without forgetting anything. The wedding photography checklist gives you perfect wedding photographs and unforgettable moments of your wedding day. I understand that you are not sure where you want to start your shoot. “Do you want to know how to start your shoot, here I will give you a wedding photo checklist”. Click here to learn more: https://theweddingmoments.in/wedding-photography-ultima... more
by Roohee MarshallIn the coffee table book, “A Generation Found: Precious Pearls of Wisdom,” Roohee Marshall photographs and interviews 40 gallant, audacious, high-spirited, courageous and lionhearted African American elders ages 80 to 108 from around the country. These Black seniors, which include her uncle, acclaimed photographer Roy Lewis (“Songs of My People”), share their profound lives full of rich experiences that can be passed on to other generations.
by Mary BrownSeattle's Used Bookstores: 1999 and 2019 is a collection of essays and photographs celebrating independent used bookstores in Seattle just before and twenty years after the city's tech boom. It is an homage to the culture of print and the world of used bookstores, reveling in their randomness, quantity of books, resident cats, patrons, and hard-working booksellers. Words and images convey the simple joy of reading, the magic of books and the unique spaces created within bookstores.
by Winifred ForresterA retrospective on the life and work of the gifted sculptor, Charles H. Forrester (1928-2010), reveals a man whose mind was in constant motion. His artwork spans six decades and is lavishly illustrated in the book with essays from art historians and contemporary artists.
by Mary BauresAfter spending most of my life as a psychologist, I took up wildlife photography. In the jungles of Africa, Brazil, wild lives guided me across the threshold of human limitation to the force that blossoms flowers—from which we came and to which we return. Sitting around a nighttime campfire in Zambia, my breath merged with the sounds of crickets and frogs. The eerie whoop of hyenas mixed with the deep reverberating moans of lions calling to each other. Out of the clutter and grasping of our cu... more
by Sarah Soward
On March 20, 2020, a Shelter-in-Place order was implemented in my piece of the world. The same day the order went into effect, I started doing a digital drawing a day with an accompanying blog post. It was done with the intention of keeping myself mentally and artistically active, learning a new drawing tool, and trying to keep in touch with my peeps through social media. That sounds so well thought out and put together, doesn't it?
When I began, I didn't know how long the manda... more
by PULP Live World Productions IncIf you are excited to watch the upcoming single track of superstar Selena Gomez with the Blackpink soundcheck package team, then avail the full album from the PULP.
by Louise T W LucasIn Conversation With Gill Watkiss is a faithful and candid transcript of three separately recorded conversations with the artist during October and November 2019. The biography begins with Gills experiences of growing up in Walthamstow, London, and her evacuation to the countryside during world war two.The second conversation explores the series of events which led to Gill's move from London to Cornwall at the age of nineteen, the inspiration behind her work, and the emotional attachment she has... more
by Craig VarjabedianEloquent Light Editions announces a new photography book by award-winning photographer Craig Varjabedian, The Light of Days Gone By, which was 45 years in the making. It celebrates with stunning imagery the journey of a photographer and the beautiful light he has witnessed and captured along the way. This beautiful hardcover book retails for $34.95 and is available from the photographer’s website Studio Shoppe or Amazon.com.
by Janet SierzantGrowing up on Long Island, I’ve always taken the ocean for granted. As a teenager, I spent many days at Jones Beach with my friends. The sand and the surf were just a background to my adolescent life. We’d lay out our towels and bake in the sun, hoping the boys would notice our sun drenched bikini-clad bodies. By the time I reached my twenties, marriage took me away from New York to live in Georgia. Although I appreciated the lush green foliage, I missed the smell of the ocean, the salty air, an... more
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by Jonathan Reeve PriceThese digital images and texts help us envision the trek that migrants make as they come north to cross the river into the United States. What do they face as they struggle across the invisible border, the imaginary line drawn right down the middle of the Rio Grande. Beginning with satellite images and high-resolution maps from the U.S. Geological Survey, Jonathan Reeve Price zooms in, pulls back, exaggerates the pixels, and turns the scientific data inside out. These digital landscapes revea... more
by Kent J Burkhardsmeier
Where do you seek refuge, during a pandemic while confined indoors? How do you find solace? Will the soothing presence of outdoors speak through nature images? Award-winning photographer Kent J Burkhardsmeier discovered comfort during the pandemic while mediating on his outdoor nature images. The more time he spent with the prints, the more they whispered tranquility to his soul. Stillness intertwines outdoor landscape images and original poems by the photographic artist turned author. The po... more
by Peter ChronisIn the quest to shape a favorable narrative of the past, we sometimes disregard important context, details, and facts. As is often the case, our picture of history can sometimes be blurred by half-truths—part myth, and part reality. In Hidden Lessons from History, author Peter Chronis brings to life a unique collection of well-researched narratives complemented by more than 50 beautiful photographs. This book rediscovers little-known historical facts, inconvenient truths, and heroes whose ... more