Most popular Photographs: portraits books
The most popular Photographs: portraits books currently available. Updated weekly.
A photographic portrait of Elton John, by iconic photographer Terry O'Neill.
Mum's not the word shares stories of birth control, choice, freedom, regret and pain. Could civilisation be guided to acknowledge that it is acceptable to opt out of parenthood and, by so doing, allow humankind to inherit the key to a sustainable future?
Fearless, wild, confident, kind, independent-a photographic celebration of girls ages 5 to 18 being their authentic selves. Photographer Kate T. Parker captures girls in all their creative, fierce, loud, silly glory. Adapted from the book of the same name, the Strong Is the New Pretty 2019 calendar is a perfect present for daughters, nieces, sisters, coaches, mentors, teachers, and friends-what's better than enriching young minds with the gift of confidence? Each month features a girl who embodies the beauty in being resilient, brave, and hardworking-from dancers to fencers, from musicians to gardeners, from student body presidents to soccer players. Each masterfully shot photo (in both colour and black and white) is paired with an inspiring quote from the subjects themselves. Like Tayla, age 6, a backyard adventurer: "Yeah, I am a little muddy. So what?" And Carlie, age 12, a football player: "If you're strong on the inside, it means nobody can break you down."
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.
Are selfies more than just a symptom of a self-absorbed generation?
A collection of unposed and engaging portraits from around the world.
Filmmaker and renowned photographer Jerry Schatzberg's essential iconic photographs of Bob Dylan, including studio portraits, on-stage performances, recording studio outtakes and more - many published for the first time.
Trawl through centuries of tattooing in this eye-popping history of the art of body decoration. From modest, discreet symbols to astonishing full-body adornments, the wonders of 1000 Tattoos will entertain, amaze, and inspire. Whether you're considering getting ink done yourself or are simply curious about what lengths others have gone: this is...
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A new series of extraordinary photographic portraits by Charles Freger of the descendants of African slaves in the Americas.
A highly original collection of photographs that unlock the hidden beauty of the insect world.
A photographic celebration of the former first lady's elegance and strength.
This delightfully curated collection of images of classic film stars celebrates a love of books and reading with a dash of Hollywood glamour.
In this book, photographer Akila Berjaoui shows how her love for the beach is inextricably linked with her artistic vision.
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-...
What if dogs were people? The intellectual game of a young photographer transformed into wonderful pictures. 80 portraits of dogs, "dressed" (and worked on with image editing) to look as the type of human being that corresponds their dog character .
The best of Vincent Peters, featuring a selection of his best black-and-white images, including portraits of Charlize Theron, John Malkovich, Laetitia Casta, and Emma Watson.
We adore our pets but let's face it - sometimes L-O-V-E makes us go a little overboard. And maybe that's the reason we care about them so much - because for such simple pleasures, they allow us to be as awkward as we want.
Conceived when Todd Selby began taking portraits of dynamic and creative people - authors, musicians, artists, designers and other cultural tastemakers - in their home environments and posting them on his blog, this book consists of over thirty profiles: half of which are favourites from his web site.
Available again with 10 new images by master of photography Josef Koudelka, this remains one of the most powerful documents of the spiritual and physical state of exile ever published.
Annie Leibovitz, our most celebrated living photographer, explains how her pictures are made
The fifth book in the hugely popular series celebrates the captivating women who inspired Slim Aarons's greatest work
Be a brilliant photographer, wherever you are, whatever your subject.
Sixty inspirational women, from many walks of life. Together they form an arresting gallery of portraits, each one illustrated with original photography by Brigitte Lacombe. Some have led their professions; some have broken new ground for women; This book will help and inspire women everywhere to realize their hopes and ambitions.
Through intimate photographs and poignant stories, this heart rending book showcases the courage, heroics, and sacrifice of selected U.S. soldiers and veterans.
Daphne and Daisy are the craftiest, most fashionable sausage-dog sisters in their neighbourhood - and they're not afraid to bark about it. When they can find time in their busy schedule of napping and barking at things that aren't there, they pursue their two passions - crafting and dressing up. Daphne and Daisy: Pawtraits of Sausage Styleis a collection of their favourite styles, featuring everything from pompoms and flowers to hats and shiny things., Filled with funny photographs and furry flair, this book will delight dog and fashion enthusiasts everywhere!
Womanhood is a fascinating exploration of the ultimate taboo and a revelatory insight into the experience of being a woman.
A unique and illuminating portrait of economists and their work
A showcase of Gregory Heisler's work, one of professional photography's most respected practitioners. From the famously controversial portrait of President George H W Bush to the evocative post-9/11 Time magazine cover of Rudolph Giuliani, it reveals the creative and technical processes that led to each frame.
This powerful photography collection drawn from the National Geographic archive celebrates the lives of women from around the globe.
Launching a new education and conservation project that connects people from different cultures, this dazzling series by renowned photographer Pieter Henket gives ancient folklore a modern-day spin.
In this ambitious global project, 200 women share their inspiring stories of success and courage, love and pain, redemption and generosity. This updated, abridged edition includes powerful new interviews and stirring quotes alongside selections from the original book, all answering the same five questions.
This book, a sensuous evocation of images of the reclining nude, claims a female-identified pleasure in looking. Agnes Varda, Catherine Breillat, and Nan Goldin are re-imagining images of female beauty, display, (auto)eroticism, and intimacy. The reclining nude is compelling, for female-identified artists in the ethically adventurous, politically complex feminist issues it engages.
Hollywood Icons will accompany an international travelling exhibition featuring masterworks of photography, taken during the golden age of motion pictures.