City Light by Dave Butcher

A softcover book by photographer and master printer Dave Butcher, this is a collection of cityscapes taken on trips made over the last 20 years. Places include England, Scotland, Europe, USA, Hong Kong, Sydney and New Zealand. Stunning night shots are mixed with architectural beauty and urban landscapes. With over 120 images, City Light covers 31 cities.


Harlem Street Portraits by Harvey Stein

Harvey Stein captures the essense of Harlem, with close-up evocative portraits made over a 23 year period from 1990 to 2012. Each portrait is more than a depiction of a person; it is an intimate record that necessitates direct engagement between photographer and subject showing the mutuality between people. Accompanying the photographs are essays by African American activist, writer and teacher Herb Boyd, and writer and third generation New Yorker, Miss


Surreal Digital Photography by Daniela Bowker

New from Focal Press and Author Daniela Bowker is a book that reveals the latest developments in the field and demystifies the techniques used by modern surreal photographers, from straight out of the camera (SOOC) or sophisticated digital manipulations. With contributions from many different digital artists, the book includes among others, chapters on phoneography, camera technique and a digital darkroom.


Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes

Packed with stunning imagery, how-to recipes, techniques and historical information on the evolution of processes, this guide provides the instruction to emulate the ethereal, dreamlike feel of alternative processing. Whether in a darkroom, at the kitchen sink, or in front of the computer, readers will learn how to add a richness and depth to their photography like never before.


Black and White Photography Field Guide

The essential guide to the art of creating black and white images. Packed with practical knowledge and all written by specialist professional photographers, these handy titles have sold hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide. In this volume, renowned photographer Michael Freeman addresses black and white photography with advice on lighting, shooting, conversion and post-production.


Photographic Visions, Inspiring Images and How They Were Made

This book from Rocky Nook is a treasure trove of world-class photography. To create this volume, the curators of the online gallery selected 95 stunning images from the thousands of amazing images found on their website. The images in the book are by previously unknown photographers from across the globe. The photographic genres in this book are varied, and there is something for every type of photographic interest, from portraits to landscapes to abstracts. Each image is accompanied by information about the photographer, the vision and story behind the image, including technical details.


Mobile Digital Art

Mobile Digital Art by David Leibowitz, covers it all—how to turn photographs into oil paintings, design cartoons from scratch and create beautiful landscape vistas—all on an iPad or iPhone. Using step-by-step examples and easy-to-follow tutorials, readers will learn how to create stunning images and discover new apps that will enhance their art creation.


Gum Printing and Other Amazing Contact Printing Processes

A new book by Christina Z. Anderson is the culmination of ten years of her research from the beginning of photography to present day. History buffs will be pleased with the extensive historical research included on gum and casein. You can learn a lot about casein printing and other historic processes. Watch for an article from Christina on Casein Printing in an upcoming issue of photo technique.,,,


Digital Capture After Dark

New from Rocky Nook! Authors Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler and Philipp Scholz Rittermann teach photographers to overcome the many obstacles to making successful photographs at night. Enter the raffle to win a copy of the book! *To enter one or more raffles for these products, send a separate email for each raffle you enter—put the product name in the subject line and include your name and shipping address. Send emails to: Raffle names will be drawn the last week of April and winners will be notified by email. GOOD LUCK!