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The Digital Photography Book: Part 1

The Digital Photography

Scott Kelby is one of photography’s best known teachers and his website KelbyOne is often where people start learning with him. However, we’d point out that the online subscription fees can be quite substantial and you might be better off…

One Face, Fifty Ways

One Face, Fifty Ways

Mark Wilkinson only photographs one model most days. In fact, it’s the same model nearly every day, Imogen Dyer, the famous YouTuber.  In One Face, Fifty Ways Mark and Imogen have teamed up to show you that if you want…

Subway by Bruce Davidson

Subway by Bruce Davidson

The Subway system of New York sprawls across much of the city and enables nearly everyone to travel far and wide for a reasonable fee. Subway by Bruce Davidson is an exploration of the subway in the 1980s and it’s…

William Eggleston’s Guide

William Eggleston’s Guide

William Eggleston is widely considered to be one of the most influential photographers of all time and his ability to depict the everyday in interesting ways is justly lauded.  His book, William Eggleston’s Guide, is a depiction of the first…

The Decisive Moment by Henri Cartier-Bresson

The Decisive Moment by Henri Cartier-Bresson

If there’s one book that nearly every photographer, particularly street photographers, speak of in hushed tones of wonder, it’s The Decisive Moment by Henri-Cartier Bresson.  If you want to join them, be warned, even recent reprints of this work command…

The Suffering of Light by Alex Webb

The Suffering of Light 

If there’s one thing that everyone knows, it’s that great street photography is done in black and white, except no-one told Alex Webb. Alex is a Magnum Photographer with decades of experience under his belt and The Suffering Of Light…

America by Zoe Strauss

America

It takes a certain kind of courage to step off the beaten tracks and delve into the good, the bad and the ugly of your home nation and that’s the courage that Zoe Strauss shows in America. Zoe’s first camera…