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Therese Brown’s "Polaroid Kitchen" book

Posted December 2, 2008 in Books & Publications

Therese Brown just release a new book, Polaroid Kitchen: Like a warm, comforting visit, Polaroid Kitchen offers up visual treats and brief anecdotes that celebrate the everyday wonders of food and home. Captured through the unique media of Polaroid cameras and film, these photos provide an intimate glimpse of both the necessity and delights of [...]

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Erin Dorbin "Kalamazoo in Photos" book launch/show, MI, US

Posted August 25, 2007 in Books & Publications + Exhibitions

Don’t miss the book launch/exhbit for Erin Dorbin‘s new book, Kalamazoo in Photos: A Photographic Catalogue of Kalamazoo’s Most Unique Places. The event is 5–9pm, Friday, 7 Sept., 2007 at the Art Cons Gallery in the Park Trades Center, Kalamazoo, MI, US. There’s a larger, more readable version of the announcement here. About the book, [...]

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Book pinhole camera

Posted September 27, 2006 in Camera Hacking & DIY + Pinhole

Flickr member Sreiny made this pinhole camera from a book. Check out more photos of the construction of the camera and photos it made in this photoset on Flickr. Via MAKE Blog

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Signs of Life: Surviving Katrina benefit photography book

Posted August 28, 2006 in Books & Publications

Brown & Baker Books press release: SIGNS OF LIFE: SURVIVING KATRINA An Extraordinary Photographic Collection of Survival: One Sign at a Time Brown & Baker Books is pleased to announce the publication of SIGNS OF LIFE: SURVIVING KATRINA ($23.95 paperback). SIGNS OF LIFE is a moving collection of photos of the hand-made signs that appeared [...]

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Justin Quinnell’s Mouthpiece pinhole book release and lecture

Posted August 15, 2006 in Books & Publications + Workshops

Justin Quinnell has put his foot camera into his mouth again and this time we can share his wonderfully inventive and and humorous pinhole photos with friends around the coffee table. In the words of his publisher, "Mouthpiece" is a surprising and extremely unusual book. Justin Quinnell is one of the world’s leading pinhole photographers, [...]

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New book: Timescapes Japan – A Pinhole Journey

Posted May 31, 2006 in Books & Publications + Pinhole

A book of Edward Levinson‘s pinhole photographs will be published June, 2006. The book is titled "Timescapes Japan – A Pinhole Journey" and contains images of Japan as seen through the eyes of Edward Levinson and his pinhole cameras. Selected black and white photographs from three series of work from 1993 to recent work with [...]

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New cyanotype book from AlternativePhotography.com

Posted May 22, 2006 in Books & Publications + Technique

(The book is called Blueprint to cyanotypes: Exploring a historical alternative photographic process and costs US $34.) Alternative Photography press release: Malin Fabbri and Gary Fabbri have written a clear and well illustrated step-by-step guide to making cyanotypes. It is easy to follow for the beginner and an inspiration for the more experienced photographer. The [...]

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Unseen America worker self-documentary photo book

Posted May 8, 2006 in Books & Publications

David Usborne writes in The Independent: A group of low-paid people in the US—many of them illegal immigrants—were given cameras and photography classes and asked to capture their lives. … Due out in shops across the United States this week, Unseen America offers highly unusual and often poignant glimpses of the ordinary lives of low-salaried [...]

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Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive Moment now online

Posted May 3, 2006 in Books & Publications

A scanned version of Henri Cartier-Bresson‘s long out of out of print and fantastically expensive photography book, The Decisive Moment, is now available online at e-photobooks. Quoth the Wikipedia: Cartier-Bresson is considered to be the father of modern photojournalism. He was one of the first serious photographers to shoot in the smaller 35mm format, and [...]

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Looks like a new must-read: The View From The Studio Door, by Ted Orland

Posted March 28, 2006 in Books & Publications

Paul Butzi writes in his blog entry, Another Instant Classic from Ted Orland on The Online Photographer: I had been thinking pretty hard about photography and art when I came across a book that Orland had co-written with David Bayles, Art and Fear: Observations on the Perils and Rewards of Artmaking. This little book asks [...]

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