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ePHOTOzine Guide to Great Photography

Ever since it was first uttered on the ePHOTOzine forums, that the editor Peter Bargh was going to compile a book of great photography containing some of the best shots taken purely by photographers on EPZ, I could not wait to get my hands on a copy. When it finally arrived, I was not disappointed. Gracing the pages is a plethora of shots covering most if not all disciplines of photography. Also, interspersed throughout the book are some great portfolio pages, these provide case studies of ce...

ePHOTOzine Guide to Great Photography PDF

For the bargain price of 9.99 you can now purchase this excellent reference book which is a must for anybody with an interest in photography. It doesn't matter if you're interested in landscapes, nudes or sport as there are hundreds and hundreds of shots covering most if not all disciplines of photography. Sat among the pages of interesting imagery you'll also find portfolios of work from a collection of ePHOTOzine members. The portfolios are accompanied by wording straight from the memb...

Hot - Life in the Australian Outback

Hot is Thijs' second book, designed and produced in the same style as his successful book Cold. Where Cold took is into the icy climate of the Antarctica, here Hot is a look at life in the Australian outback. The photographs are more people focused, with many environmental portraits mixed in with life, death and decay of the outback. If you liked Cold you will no doubt like this book. Thijs' photography is extremely good, he captures the things you would see and mixes this with the things you'd ...

Inspiring Professionals - The Landscape Photographers Guide to Using Filters

With examples of work from various professionals such as Mark Denton, David Noton and Charlie Waite, the Landscape Photographers Guide to Using Filters demonstrates how to successfully use different types of filters. It features locations such as Dustanburgh Castle in Northumberland, the Lake District and Exmoor National Park. With a foreword by Joe Cornish – freelance photographer for the National Trust photo library since 1989, all the photographs in this book were donated for free ...

See you in Leh

How many times have you been on a photographic holiday, only to return and six month's later struggle to remember exactly what you did where? Alistair Baird confesses that he has an appalling memory, so for a trip to Leh in India, he decided to keep copious notes in a diary. Upon his return these have been transcribed into See you in Leh, a travelogue with copious pictures, which is available as a two-part PDF download. Both are around 3.5Mb in size and can be downloaded from Alistair's ...

Shooting Sex

The work of Bob Carlos Clarke has appeared in just about every photographic magazine and his unique style of photography has shocked, inspired or teased us for over three decades. Now we can find out what really makes this genius tick. The book is a self-published project - no UK publisher would dare to take it on. The pictures are, at times, explicit (almost hardcore), while others are superbly crafted works of fine art. It's a collection that covers Bob's career path from the 60's to present d...