Most popular Photographic reportage books
The most popular Photographic reportage books currently available. Updated weekly.
From award-winning photojournalist Nick Danziger comes this extraordinary record of life on the edge in the world's poorest regions
Based on the acclaimed documentary by Broadstone Films, this landmark book presents the stories of seven photographers whose images captured the most important events of the Troubles. They talk about the photographs they took - how they got the shot; what it cost them to take the photograph; and reflect on whether it was worth it.
One of the greatest writers of the 20th century captures the definitive event of modern science. Discover the men, the machinery, and the sheer thrill of the lunar mission with Norman Mailer's dazzling account of the Apollo 11 adventure, illustrated by hundreds of photographs.
The first photographic book from Pie Aerts, the popular Dutch photographer, with over 120,000 Instagram followers. From the Andes to Nepal, a portrait of some of the most remote peoples and places around the globe. Includes breathtaking photographs and first-hand anecdotes.
A lasting testament to the talent of Linda McCartney, produced in close collaboration with Paul McCartney and their children. From spontaneous family pictures to studio sessions with Stevie Wonder, Linda's images are remarkable for their unassuming freshness,warmth of feeling, and intrinsic eye for the essence of any subject.
From deserted beaches to busy ports, from pretty fishing villages to a surfers' paradise, a salt marsh to a ship-breakers' yard, Coasts is a photographic exploration of where the land meets the sea.
Showcases tribal cultures around the world. This title presents us with images of customs and artifacts, and also offers insightful portraits of people who are the guardians of a culture that they - and we - hope will be passed on to future generations in all its glory.
Abridged version of the global bestseller
Graphic images, many never seen before, of the last days of Hitler's Third Reich.
An expansive mix of combat and personal, off-duty photos of the war in Vietnam.
A panoramic document of China by Magnum's legendary photographers, spanning the pre-revolutionary years to the country's rise as a global superpower.
Stumbling Towards Victory contains photographs - many previously unpublished - from the final twelve months of the First World War. Published by the national museum of arms and armour, these images convey the horror, and hope, of that final cataclysmic year.
Daniel Meadows is a pioneer of contemporary British documentary practice. Drawing on the archives now held at the Bodleian Library, this book includes important work from Meadows' ground-breaking projects and offers a moving and insightful commentary on forty-five years' of life in Britain.
Offering a rare glimpse inside the Hermit Kingdom, Guardian journalist and photographer Oliver Wainwright takes us on an architectural journey behind closed doors in the world's most secretive country. From the mosaic-lined lobbies of Soviet-era health centers to the candy-colored interiors of brand new theaters, his photographs shine a...
All the grief, grit, and unassailable dignity of the civil rights movement are evoked in this illustrated edition of James Baldwin's The Fire Next Time, with photographs by Steve Schapiro. Together, Baldwin's frank account of the black experience and Schapiro's vital images offer poetic and potent testimony to one of the most important...
Waiting is the story of a rookie photojournalist immersed in Formula One's golden age of the 70s and 80s. Aged just 19, Richard Kelley saw the need to faithfully document the sport's lethal dangers, iconic personalities and technological developments in a period of seismic change, which caused F1's unique character to disappear forever.
Over six years and 35 countries, Sebastiao Salgado documents the story of human migration. From the Hutu population of Rwanda, hiding out in remote jungles, to the first boats filled with Arabs and sub-Saharan Africans trying to reach Europe across the Mediterranean Sea, Salgado captures both the scale of the migrant crisis and the heart-...
This is the definitive retrospective of Steve McCurry's work in Afghanistan. Marked by deep tribal, ethnic, and religious fissures, Khurasan, as the Afghans have called their land for the last two millennia, has had but a few hours of political unity. McCurry has curated over 140 gripping images from almost four decades of Afghan travels,...
Now available in a new compact edition, this important work is published to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
THE OUT OF THE WORLD NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER and WINNER OF THE NON-FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR AT THE BRITISH BOOK AWARDSThe first book by astronaut Tim Peake - a mesmerising collection of over 150 of Tim's stunning photographs that he took on board the International Space Station, many of which have not been seen before.
In January and February 1991, as the United States-led coalition drove Iraqi forces out of Kuwait, Saddam Hussein's troops retaliated with an inferno. As much a major document of modern history as an extraordinary photographic portfolio, Kuwait: A Desert on Fire is the first monograph on Sebastiao Salgado's astonishing 1991 series on the human,...
29 May 2013 is the sixtieth anniversary of the first ascent of Mount Everest. This book celebrates this most majestic of mountains, with exclusive access to the photographic imagery and private archives of celebrated climber and photographer George Lowe, the last surviving member of that triumphant expedition.
Brand new edition of David King's lauded visual history. A unique and brilliant study into the doctoring and propogandising of Soviet photographs by Stalin's regime. From the creator of the award-winning Red Star Over Russia.
An inside look at the history of the Met Costume Institute's exhibitions and galas, seen through the lens of Vogue Magazine.
Take a jazz trip like no other with William Claxton's legendary photographic journey across the concert halls, side streets, and big bands of 1960s America. From coast to coast, Claxton's tribute is a living, breathing, beating picture of the genre that enraptured America across social, economic, and racial lines.
Discover the inside story behind the creative process of ground-breaking magazine covers.
Inspired from our monumental Around the World in 125 Years, this volume is the ultimate voyage through the magazine's archives of its Eastern travels. Rugged terrains, mystical mosques and temples, sprawling cities, wonderful wildlife, unbelievable landscapes, evocative portraits, and social documentary all feature in this epic photographic...
The updated autobiography published for McCullin's 80th birthday. From the construction of the Berlin Wall through every conflict up to the Falklands War, photographer Don McCullin has left a trail of iconic images. At the Sunday Times Magazine in the 1960s, McCullin's photography made him a new kind of hero.
A kaleidoscopic adventure across the world's continents, city by city, in search of the best urban photographic art.
An encyclopaedia and an atlas of water on planet Earth featuring astonishingly detailed photographs from cameras aboard orbiting satellites, revealing the damage wrought by nature and by man.
A global journey that honours the farmers, communities and cultures involved in the worldwide cultivation and harvesting of coffee
The Bang-Bang Club was a group of four young war photographers, friends and colleagues: Ken Oosterbroek, Kevin Carter, Greg Marinovich and Joao Silva, war correspondants during the last years of apartheid, who took many of the photographs that encapsulate the final violent years of racist white South Africa.
Mario Testino selects his finest male portraiture from the past 30 years. As costume, gender play, photojournalism, and fashion collide, this Eden of male allure is testimony both to Testino's unfailing eye for immediacy and elegance, and to the evolution of male self-expression over the past three decades.
Bettina Rheims assembles more than 300 of her favorite pictures from the past 35 years. Shooting anonymous subjects and global icons like Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell, Rheims has pushed at the breaking point between beauty and imperfection. This unique personal record of a defiant career that has shaken up iconography brings together renowned...
Our world, today, as seen through the lens of contemporary photography.
Of one-and-a-half million photographs related to Nazi concentration camps, only four depict the actual process of mass killing perpetrated at the gas chambers. This book reveals that these photos of Auschwitz, taken clandestinely by one of the Jewish prisoners forced to help carry out the atrocities there, were made as a potent act of resistance.
Celebrating the Prix Pictet's tenth anniversary, this volume features photographs by 65 winning and shortlisted artists from all seven cycles. Includes a special tribute to the recently deceased former Secretary General of the United Nations and Honorary President of the Prix Pictet, Kofi Annan.
Presents the results of the World Press Photo contest, described by the British Journal of Photography as `the premier competition for photojournalism and reportage'.
Explores the developing landscape of Denver metropolitan area from 1968 through 1974. This work contains photographs that show tract housing with mountain ranges in the distance, trailer lots devoid of people, suburban streets through generic windows, shopping mall interiors and parking lots: subjects distinctly unspectacular, familiar and banal.
Seeks to define exactly what it is that makes Britain's capital the international urban HQ for creativity and innovation. Why and how has the city become a creative universe of its own making? This book unlocks the secret passions, undress social mundanities and address outrageous profanities.