Books in category Photography – Subjects & Themes

  • Dog Photography For Dummies

    Dog Photography For Dummies
    Rodgers, Sarah Sypniewski

    If you've ever thought, "Wish I had a picture of that," this book is for you. Dog Photography For Dummies offers techniques that amateurs and intermediates alike can use to improve their photography skills.

  • I Fought the Law

    I Fought the Law
    Olivia Locher

    Strange, outdated laws from each of the 50 U.S. states—some overturned, some still on the books, and some merely the stuff of legends—are depicted with sly wit by Olivia Locher.

  • Early Exposures

    Early Exposures
    Bill Pennell

    Early Exposures: A Photographic Memoir chronicles the travels of photographer Bill Pennell to five exotic parts of the world: Wales, Borneo, Mauritius, the interior of British Columbia, and the Canadian West Coast.

  • Japan Houses

    Japan Houses
    Marcia Iwatate

    Limited spaces, unlimited technology, a tradition of innovation, and sheer Japanese panache have combined to inspire the 26 stunning homes featured in Japan Houses.

  • Architectural Photography

    Architectural Photography
    Adrian Schulz

    Moreover, architects themselves will find this book motivating and inspiring. This second edition has been extensively revised and includes 80 new images and illustrations, as well as an expanded chapter on shooting interior spaces.

  • Outdoor Action and Adventure Photography

    Outdoor Action and Adventure Photography
    Dan Bailey

    In this book, you’ll: • Discover the necessary equipment for shooting action, learn how to use it to its full potential, and develop a comprehensive adventure photography camera system that you can adapt to different shooting situations …

  • Legacy in Time

    Legacy in Time

    Among the early North American explorers in the Rogers Pass, Yoho and Banff regions of western Canada were members of the Vaux family of Philadelphia.

  • Montana Women From The Ground Up

    Montana Women From The Ground Up
    Kristine E. Ellis

    Growing up on the family ranch, Linda Finley fought hard to gain the acceptance and respect as a ranch hand that her brothers took for granted.

  • A Guide to Haunted New England

    A Guide to Haunted New England
    Thomas D’Agostino

    This guide uncovers lingering spirits across all six states in the region, from the victims of alchemy gone awry in the White Mountains, to wraiths in the Berkshires, to the ghosts of drowned sailors in Mystic, Connecticut.

  • Last Call

    Last Call
    George Webber

    This is an area that transcends place, lying between a city's mountain and prairie landscapes, a purgatory of dark and light, hope and despair.

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