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Book Reviews

Double Take: Portraits Over Time

Double Take: Portraits Over Time is a book showing portraits of children and young adults as they grow up. Photographer Maggie Evans Silverstein has had a photographic studio in South Miami for 20 years or so, and in that time she has photographed lots of families. In this book, she has taken photographs of these families and their children as they are now, and juxtaposed them against each other, revealing the stark changes that have taken place. The book is nostalgic, and with each set ...

Professional Photography Location Portraits

One of the latest in the location series looks at the world of portraiture. The book is laid out in the innovative Rotovision style ie minimal text, lots of high quality photographs and very detailed captions. The beauty with this is you can find a photograph quickly and then learn technique from the caption, saving you having to trawl through reams of copy finding the bit you are interested in. So it goes without saying this book needs to have good captions, and here the author has done a gre...

An Illustrated A-Z of Digital Photography: People and Portraits

From the team behind What Digital Camera? Magazine, People and Portraits is the follow-up to An A-Z of Digital Photography by the same authors. The books is an alphabetical arrangement of the various aspects of people and portrait photography, for example there is information on the various types of portraits, as well as image editing, retouching, restoration and special effects. Interspersed between the chapters are professional profiles from top photographers such as Annabel Williams, Pet...

Boudoir Photography: The Complete Guide to Shooting Intimate Portraits

When you pick up the Boudoir photography book and look at the cover it'll give you the impression that it's a tasteful title that's full of well taken, interesting images and you'd be right. The book is well illustrated with various types of shots and poses used throughout. Sitting alongside the images are tips that cover everything from skin tone and poses to editing your images in Photoshop. It's a book that's designed for photographers of all levels and it uses language that encourages you to...

Envisioning Family: A Photographer's Guide to Making Meaningful Portraits of the Modern Family (Voices That Matter)

This book is bursting with so much knowledge that every photographer, from beginner level up to those who've taken this sort of imagery before, will find useful. As well as looking at the obvious topics such as camera equipment, lighting, setting up a shoot etc. Tamara begins by looking at what a family means/is and shares her experiences too. Some, like myself, may find this a slightly odd way to begin a photography title but I'm sure they'll be others out there who enjoy reading this backg...