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Black & White Architecture

Terry always seems to take a fresh slant on a subject and here, where you may expect to see the usual collection of skyscrapers, modern metallic industrial units and stately homes, you see instead close ups of rotting wooden structures, beautifully toned and contrasty walls, sepia images, infrared castles (from our favourite Simon Marsden) and grainy images. The book is full of atmosphere and really will get the black & white photographers adrenalin rushing. Its split into chapters on Location, ...

Black & White Photography 2

Another Terry Hope book. We've said complementary things about Terry before in other book reviews. To summarise, RotoVision did well scooping this top photo journalist who's written several of their books. His choice of pictures and captions will liven up any subject, and this one, covering the broader scope of all black & white, will make any photographer ditch colour and have a go at black & white. Repro is excellent so tones leap out from the pages and expert info gleaned from the 20 or so p...

Black & White Still Life

While I can appreciate black & white photography I'm not one of these people who will shoot nothing else, so a book on black & white still life didn't particularly make me want to look further, especially as the cover is dreadful! But inside is one of the most inspiring collection of images I've come across in one book with some fantastic explanations to the pictures that have been created. I've always liked the subtle work of John Blakemore and there are four or so examples in here, along with...

Extreme Photography

Another interesting book from Terry Hope. Here we are taken on a journey through the extremes of photography and the book's subtitle says it all..."The hottest, coldest, fastest, slowest, nearest, farthest, brightest, darkest, largest, smallest, weirdest images in the Universe... and how they were taken" The book includes all the images you'd expect to see in a science journal with details of how they were taken. I've seen many of these examples before, but one area that did intrigue me was ex...

Fine Art Photography: Creating Beautiful Images for Sale and Display

Once again the expert picture selection by Terry Hope comes together in another interesting concept book. Here the theme is fine art photography. Through the advice of various fine art photographers you'll learn how to choose suitable pictures, how to create awareness of your work and a guide of what to charge. The book has interviews, techniques and galleries. Hardback, very beautifully produced and well worth a look.

Nudes

Once again editor Terry Hope delivers a stunning collection of themed pictures for the latest in his black & white photography series published by Rotovision. The choice of photographs includes work from loads of masters of Nudes such as John Swannell, David Penprase, Bob Carlos Clarke, John Claridge and Bill Brandt. The images are beautifully reproduced with plenty of tips from the photographers and mini interviews by Terry. Its quite easy for an author to take an easy route when compiling a bo...

Photo-Journalism

Photo Journalism is not a favourite area of photography for me, so I wouldn't normally be picking this one up in the book shop. As a reviewer though I can appreciate the quality for those of you who find this category interesting. It's up to RotoVision's usual high production values - excellent quality paper, superb repro and clean design. The text is small, so those with less than perfect eyesight may struggle on the finer captions. As is becoming typical from Terry Hope's books the thoroughne...

Wildlife

First from a new series of books with the title "The World's Top Photographers and the stories behind their greatest images". The title sums up the book exactly. Here the author researches the best photographers in their field, in this case wildlife, then asks the photographers to submit their best pictures. Frans Lanting, Art Wolfe, Stephen Dalton, Chris Packham to name a few, share their stories to make this not only an inspirational but practical book. It's well delivered and a definite A to ...