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Australasian Nature Photography (16th Ed 2019) by Australian Geographic Holdings Pty Ltd
The bioregion of Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea possesses a unique natural heritage stretching back 50 million years to the break-up of Gondwana. This annual photo competition focuses on this extraordinary legacy by encouraging photography of the regions nature and landscape and promo ...Show more
BAILEYS DEMOCRACY by BAILEY
Recently, David Bailey turned his lens away from the glitterati and decided instead to focus on ordinary people - with startling results. Over a period of three years, people visiting David Bailey's studio were asked if they would agree to be photographed naked. None refused, and none was rejected. The ...Show more
BODY CULTURE MAX DUPAIN PHOTOGRAPHY & AU by CROMBIE ISOBEL
Max Dupain is regarded as one of Australia's most significant photographers. This book charts his work in relation to the impact in Australia of 'body culture', a broad ranging movement in the interwar period that was concerned with the revitalisation of the individual and the social body.
Diary of a Wildlife Photographer by Jan Latta
Illustrated in full colour and crammed with adventure, Diary of a Wildlife Photographer is an exciting account of one woman's incredible experiences in extraordinary places. Breakfast with a cheetah, touch the horn of a rhino, and survive an angry lion in the wilds of Africa - Just the start of a great ...Show more
Digital Photography by .
You can get rid of nasty red-eye or give your best friend a tiger's head! Ditch the jargon and take pictures like a pro with this fantastic book and CD that gives you the tools and know-how to turn snaps into really cool pics! From how your camera works, to great ideas for subjects, mini-projects and a ...Show more
Fred Kruger: Intimate Landscapes by Isobel Crombie
Fred Kruger was one of the leading landscape photographers of the 19th century in Australia, working extensively throughout Victoria. Kruger migrated from Germany in 1860 and a few years later opened a photographic studio in Carlton, Melbourne before moving his thriving practice to Geelong.
Life in Colour: National Geographic Photographs by Annie Griffiths
A stunning, vibrant and energetic celebration of photography and colour from National Geographic. Edited by Annie Griffiths who worked with NG on the gorgeous "Simply Beautiful" (over 13,000 copies sold in the UK to date). With chapters that follow the flow of the rainbow, "Life in Colour" explores the ...Show more
Original Man - The Tautz Compendium of Less Ordinary Gentlemen by Patrick Grant
Celebrating style, individuality, and joie de vivre, this book showcases 80 original men who will inspire readers to lead a less ordinary life. Original Man is a compendium of the stories of extraordinary men. From household names including Andy Warhol, Freddie Mercury, and Yves Saint-Laurent to lesser- ...Show more
Photo Skills: How to Be a Brilliant Photographer by Beatrice Haverich
Amaze your friends (and annoy your enemies) with your expert knowledge of a massive range of subjects! Instant Expert takes the hottest topics for ages 12+ and turns readers from novices into knowledge-gurus. Jam-packed with information, each book offers practical, hands-on advice from insiders - people ...Show more
Ray Martin's World by Ray Martin
Everyone in Australia knows Ray Martin the journalist and TV presenter, but few know about his secret passion photography. Full-colour and gloriously produced, this book will showcase Ray's stunning photos from Australia and around the world. Ray presents landscapes from remote Central Australia to the ...Show more