New Arrivals · Art

July 16, 2019
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

The nice and accurate Good omens TV companion : your guide to Armageddon and the series based on the bestselling novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman

July 15, 2019
Whyman, Matt, author.
©2019
320 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Includes index.
"Following the original novel's chronological structure--from "the Beginning" to "End Times"--this official companion to the Good Omens television series, compiled by Matt Whyman, is a cornucopia of information about the show, its conception, and its creation. Offering deep and nuanced insight into Gaiman's brilliantly reimagining of the Good Omens universe"--Publisher's website.

Collage workshop for kids : rip, snip, cut, and create with inspiration from the Eric Carle Museum of picture book art

July 11, 2019
Merenstein, Shannon, author.
©2018
152 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Beginning -- Familiar faces -- Places and spaces -- Nature -- Contrast -- Construction -- Wearables -- Tell me a story -- Experiementing with materials.
Collage Workbook for Kids pairs highlights from the collection of the Eric Carle Museum of Children's Book Art with instructions on collage technique. Chapters explore favorite art themes for kids and demonstrate how to work with colored tissue paper, newspaper, fabric and buttons, painted paper, torn paper, and more.

Macramé for home décor : 40 stunning projects for stylish decorating

July 11, 2019
Grenier, Samantha, author.
Mount Joy, PA : Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Inc., [2019].
144 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Supplies -- Tips and tricks -- Knot guide -- Home décor -- Mats -- Plant hangers -- Wall hangings.
"Macramé for Home Decor shows how easy it is to make upscale, modern home décor using natural macramé craft cords. Readers will discover the 12 essential knots they need to create gorgeous macramé. 40 stylish projects range in skill levels from easy to advanced, so there's something here for everyone. This book is filled with cool, contemporary ideas for rugs, throws, coverlets, room dividers, boho plant hangers, and much more. Mixed-media projects are also included that incorporate fun and interesting materials like beads and rings. Step-by-step illustrations, clear instructions, and beautiful color photographs make macramé simple and fun." -- Provided by publisher.

One-stitch baby knits : 22 easy patterns for adorable garments and accessories using garter stitch

July 11, 2019
Pierce, Val, author.
Mount Joy, Pa. : IMM Lifestyle Books, 2019.
144 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Includes index.
Hints, tips, and techniques -- Projects.
"Contains information on simple knitting techniques, as well as basic materials needed. Also includes 22 one-stitch knitting patterns to make for infants"-- Provided by the publisher.

Dapper Dan : made in Harlem : a memoir

July 10, 2019
Day, Daniel R., author.
©2019
xvii, 277 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
Nobody's poor -- Like a raisin in the sun -- Harlem dreams -- Sportsmen -- Firing coffee -- The cursed game -- Too easy -- Tree of life -- Home -- Mind games -- The rumble -- Hubba hubba -- Aruba -- Remakes -- A new hustle -- Boy wonder -- Closure -- Crack -- Paid in full -- Beef -- The vise -- Game over -- Flat-foot hustling -- Highways, not runways -- Harlem River blues.
"With his eponymous store on 125th Street in Harlem, Dapper Dan pioneered high-end streetwear in the early 1980s, remixing classic luxury-brand logos into his own flamboyant designs. But before reinventing fashion, he was a hungry boy with holes in his shoes, a teen who daringly gambled drug dealers out of their money, a young man in a prison cell who found nourishment in books, and, finally, a designer who broke barriers to outfit a whos-who of music, sport, and crime world celebrities in looks that went on to define an era. By turns playful, poignant, and inspiring, Dapper Dan's memoir is a high-stakes coming-of-age story spanning more than 70 years and set against the backdrop of an ever-evolving America"-- Provided by publisher.

Standard catalog of world coins. 1901-2000.

July 9, 2019
Iola, Wis. : Krause Publications,
v. ; 28 cm.
Each volume covers the period beginning in 1901 ; 1980-2006 covers 1901-present ; 2007-<2020> covers 1901-2000.

Raffia crochet : 10 contemporary crochet patterns with raffia yarn

July 9, 2019
Wool and the gang, author.
Pynes Hill, Exeter, UK : Sewandso, an imprint of F+W Media, International, 2019.
71 pages : illustratons (some color) ; 28 cm
First published in the UK and USA in 2019.
Back to WoolSchool -- Meet Ra-Ra Raffia -- Projects: Worn this way summer hat ; Paper gangsta market bag ; Oh la la plant hanger ; Money honey clutch bag ; Love game yarn basket ; Perfect illusion placemat ; Poker face cup holders ; Speechless phone case ; Superstar backpack ; Just dance no hands bag -- Techniques -- About WATG -- Index.
Slide into summer with this collection of contemporary crochet projects from DIY fashion brand Wool and the Gang. Raffia is a breakthrough eco-friendly yarn that is light, vegan, biodegradable and sustainable, as it's made form 100% long wood fibre. The extra structure this adds to crochet makes it perfect for summer hats, bags and accessories. From a versatile tote to a desirable clutch, a stylish sun hat to a hardwordking phone case, the 10 patterns included in this book are all made using Wool and the Gang's Ra-Ra Raffia yarn in a range of colours. And once you've finished your crochet, you can try your hand at embroidering onto the projects in a contrasting raffia colour. With step-by-step guidance and clear illustrations, you'll be a raffia master in no time and ready to hit the beach!

Small space style : clever ideas for compact interiors

July 9, 2019
Emslie, Sara, author.
London : Ryland Peters & Small, 2019.
159 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
"First published in 2014 as Beautifully small."--Title page verso.
Elements of design -- Elements of style -- Small spaces. Beautifully simple; Colourfully compact; Neat and nautical; Shades of grey; A traveller's tale; Little boxes; Light and bright; Lofty aspirations; Wonderwall; Colourful and creative; Chic petite; Flotsam and jetsam; A clever cube.
Sara Emslie embraces the positive aspects of living in a compact home and explores design and style solutions to the practical issues of living with limited space. In the first chapter, Elements of Design, Sara tackles clever design and planning details and discusses how to make the most of any small home. Then, in Elements of Style, she gives thought to decorating solutions and style ideas for a compact interior, considering storage, furniture and display. Next, Sara visits a variety of real-life beautifully small spaces, taking an in-depth look at imaginative treatments for pocket-sized interiors and showcasing tiny homes with lots of character. These include a terraced 'two-up, two-down' worker's cottage, a miniscule Parisian pied-a-terre, a tiny studio apartment with a clever mezzanine that incorporates a bathroom and a pint-sized coastal hideaway. Each case study has a detailed floor plan and measurements.

Vincent van Gogh : his life in art

July 8, 2019
©2019
171 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 30 cm
"This book was published to accompany the exhibition Vincent van Gogh: His Life in Art, presented at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, March 10 through June 27, 2019. The exhibition was organized in collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam; the Kroller-Muller Museum, Otterlo; and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston."--Colophon.
Foreword / by Gary Tinterow -- Acknowledgments / by David Bomford -- Vincent van Gogh-His Life in Art / by Nienke Bakker -- Family Matters: The History of the Van Gogh Museum and Its Collection / by Renske Suijver -- The Vincent van Gogh Collection: The Beating Heart of the Kroller-Muller Museum / by Renske Cohen Tervaert -- Plates, with entries / by David Bomford, Helga K. Aurisch, and Dena Woodall -- Chronology / by Laura Minton.
"Featuring about 50 works by Vincent van Gogh, from his early drawings to his later iconic paintings, this catalogue traces the artist's life, the development of his art, and his significant legacy"-- Provided by publisher.

Dragon goes house-hunting

July 3, 2019
Tanuki, Kawo, author.
[Los Angeles, California] : Seven Seas Entertainment, [2018]-
volumes: chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm
Printed in Japanese right to left format.
Originally published as Dragon, ie wo kau in Japan in 2017 by MAG Garden Corporation, Tokyo.
v. 1. Home sweet home -- v. 2. Home is where the Hraesvelgr is -- v. 3. A most paticular princess

Organic free-motion quilting idea book : 170+ designs - tips for longarm & domestic machines - plus plans for sashing, borders, motifs & allover designs

July 3, 2019
Murphy, Amanda, 1971- author.
©2019
190 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Includes index.

Nautical quilts : 12 stitched and quilted projects celebrating the sea

July 3, 2019
Anderson, Lynette (Textile designer), author.
Pynes HIll, Exeter, UK : SewandSew, 2019.
127 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Includes index.

A savage life

July 3, 2019
Savage, Michael, 1942- author.
New York : Willam Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2019.
ix, 275 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
Originally published as : Train tracks : family stories for the holidays.

Pop Manga Drawing : 30 Step-by-Step Lessons for Pencil Drawing in the Pop Surrealism Style

July 3, 2019
D'Errico, Camilla, author.
California : Watson-Guptill Publications, [2019]
1 volume : illustrations ; 26 cm
Includes index.
Pop manga: what is it? -- Beginner lessons -- Intermediate lessons -- Master class lessons.
"An easy-to-follow, step-by-step manga drawing instruction book from fan favorite manga artist and painter Camilla d'Errico, featuring 32 lessons on illustrating cute, cool, and quirky characters in the Pop Surrealist style with pencils"-- Provided by publisher.

Historic theaters of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley

July 2, 2019
Posey, Sean T., author.
Charleston, SC : The History Press, 2017.
155 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

Make my day : movie culture in the age of Reagan

July 1, 2019
Hoberman, J., author.
New York : The New Press, 2019.
xii, 396 pages ; 24 cm
Introduction: the department of amusement -- Nashville contra jaws, 1975 -- Born again in the U.S.A., 1976-80 -- Bad trips, 1981-82 -- "I ain't afraid of no ghost!," 1983-84 -- Forward into the past, 1985-86 -- Once upon a time in the eighties, 1987-88 -- Epilogue: remake my day.

The art of place : architecture and interiors

July 1, 2019
Ledbetter, Lee, author.
New York : Rizzoli, [2019]
240 pages : color illustrations, plans ; 32 cm
The architect's houses. Dumaine Street -- Marquette Place -- Houses outside the city. Bayou Bonfouca -- Boxwood Court -- Cherry Hill -- Bayou DeSiard -- Apartments in the city. Decatur Street -- East End Avenue -- Houses in the city. Lake Pontchartrain -- Esplanade Avenue -- Chestnut Street -- Sackett Street -- Fisk-Hopkins House -- Civic Buildings. Joan Mitchell Center -- St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church -- Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden.
"The work of architect and interior designer Lee Ledbetter represents a one-of-a-kind combination of traditional details and chic Modernism. Lee Ledbetter established his practice in New Orleans in 1996 and has developed a body of work that emerges from his ability to incorporate historical precedent as well as regional and environmental context, and his firm has received recognition for its expertise well beyond its Deep South roots. Ledbetter's interiors and architecture combine a cleanly tailored and bright modernity with the unapologetic embellishments of refined and luxurious decoration. Ledbetter strongly believes design to be a fine art along with painting and sculpture, and he considers placement and scale of furniture, artwork, and lighting as carefully as he does the creation of walls and the spaces they contain"-- Book jacket.

Photographisches Taschenwörterbuch : alphabetisch geordnete Sammlung praktisch-wichtiger Notizen über Atelier-Einrichtung, Auswahl und Prüfung der objective und chemicalien erprobter Formeln für die verschiedensten photographischen Processe, von Maass- und Gewichstabellen, von Regeln zur Vermeidung photographischer Fehler etc. etc. ; für Photographen und Liebhaber der Photographie

July 1, 2019
Vogel, Hermann Wilhelm, 1834-1898, author.
Berlin : Verlag von Robert Oppenheim, 1872.
124 pages : illustrations, diagrams ; 19 cm
Copy located in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Room has marble boards with three quarter black leather binding.
A dictionary of photography written in German.

Nearly normal : surviving the wilderness, my family and myself

June 28, 2019
Person, Cea Sunrise, author.
©2017
291 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
"In North of Normal, Cea wrote with grace and candour about her unconventional childhood, her early years living in a tipi in Alberta with her pot-smoking, free-loving counterculture family; the numerous misadventures she survived with her mother and her mother's boyfriends; and the bold escape Cea made from her family at the age of thirteen through a modelling career. After putting such a unique life on paper, one would expect Cea's tale to be all told-;but that's far from the case. As she confronts the death of her still-young mother, the disintegration of her second marriage and the demise of her business, all within just a few months, she finally faces the need to look at her past to make sense of her present. Nearly Normal chronicles the many stories Cea left untold. Settled into a new and much happier life after the release of her first book, she is nonetheless compelled to continue searching for answers about her enigmatic family."--Provided by publisher.

The practical handbook of library architecture : creating building spaces that work

June 28, 2019
Schlipf, Frederick A., author.
©2018
xxxii, 1003 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Part I. Introduction : More than two hundred snappy rules for good and evil in library architecture -- Part II. About library buildings : The library construction process : Motivations ; Building programs ; Building consultants ; Architects and design ; Construction options and site selection ; Dysfunctional design concepts ; Schematic designs ; Renderings and models ; Money ; Design development ; Bid documents, aka construction documents ; Bidding ; Construction management ; Design-build projects ; Groundbreaking ; The construction process ; Moving ; Ribbon cutting ; Ten-month post-occupancy evaluation ; Rewards for the stressed out librarian -- Basic configuration of library spaces : External configuration ; Internal layout and room shapes ; Traffic flow ; Window placement ; Artistic ceiling shapes ; Curved walls ; Basements ; Snappy rules on the basic configuration of library spaces -- Evaluating library buildings by walking around : Reasons for evaluating buildings on your own ; The problems with asking the staff ; Appearance ; Sense of welcome ; Staff services points ; Natural light ; Artificial light ; Acoustics ; HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) ; Furnishings ; Storage ; Fragile construction materials ; Flexibility ; Functional arrangement of rooms ; Ceilings ; Acrophobia ; Floor coverings ; Ornamental spaces ; Protection from the elements ; Security ; Expandability ; Water features ; Omissions -- Dysfunctional designs : Common dysfunctional architectural design concepts ; In defense of designers ; The good news ; Snappy rules on dysfunctional design -- Converting non-library spaces to public libraries : Planning conversions to non-library spaces ; Rationales for conversions ; Common problems in conversions ; Types of buildings that might be converted to libraries ; Snappy rules for converting non-library spaces to public libraries -- Part III. Basic steps : Programming : Purpose of building programs ; Input on programs ; Typical contents of programs ; Methods of space estimating ; Who should write your building program? ; How to hire consultants ; Program-writing methods ; Two-phase building programs ; What to do when your architects ignore your programs ; Quick space estimates using formulas ; Snappy rules on programming -- Design : The role of the architect in the building process ; Hiring an architect ; Design competitions ; Planning groups ; What can go wrong when you work with architects? ; Snappy rules on design -- Site selection : Evaluating potential sites ; Special needs of various types of libraries ; Snappy rules on library site selection -- Zoning, covenants, and codes : Zoning ; Covenants ; Codes ; LEED ; Snappy rules on zoning, covenants, and codes -- Construction : Standard steps in the construction process ; Construction management firms ; Design-build projects ; Move-out vs. phased construction ; The librarian's role in construction ; Public ceremonies ; Punch lists ; Post-occupancy inspection ; Snappy rules on construction -- Remodeling and expanding library buildings : Comparative costs ; Problems with the reuse and expansion of old library buildings ; Phasing expansion projects ; Snappy rules on remodeling and expanding libraries -- Part IV. Money : Building costs : Capital costs ; Anticipating operating costs ; Snappy rules on building costs -- Funding : Sources of money ; Snappy rules on funding -- Part V. Library spaces : User seating : How much user seating? ; How library furniture is ordered ; Tables ; Chairs ; Placement of user seating in library buildings ; Snappy rules on user seating -- Collection storage : Steel cantilever shelving ; Alternatives to steel cantilever shelving ; Shelving placement ; Other types of storage ; High-density storage ; Estimating required space for collection storage ; Snappy rules on collection storage -- Public service desks : Typical functions of public service desks ; Placement of public service desks ; Essential features of public service desks ; Testing proposed public service desks ; Types of public service desks ; Public service desks and security ; Common problems in the design of public service desks ; Library supply company service desks ; Encouraging valedictory remarks ; Snappy rules on public service desks -- Program and study rooms : General features of typical meeting rooms ; Types of program and study rooms ; Special problems and opportunities with program and study rooms ; Common errors in the design of program and study rooms ; Snappy rules on program and study rooms -- Display and exhibit areas : Open exhibit areas ; Display cases ; Wall spaces for hanging artworks ; Pinnable surfaces ; Security issues ; Permanent works of art ; Exterior displays ; Combined libraries and museums ; Policies on displays and exhibits ; Snappy rules on display and exhibit areas -- Restrooms : Building codes ; Fixtures and equipment ; Accommodations for children and infants ; Size and location of restrooms ; Security ; Lighting ; Planning for maintenance ; Snappy rules on library restrooms -- Staff workrooms : General considerations for staff workrooms ; Individual workrooms ; Architectural features of workrooms ; Workroom furnishings ; Space with shared equipment ; Staff conference rooms ; Specialized workrooms ; Workspaces in otherwise public areas ; Required workroom sizes ; Snappy rules on staff workrooms -- Staff facilities : Staff lunchrooms ; Staff restrooms ; Staff coat and purse storage ; Staff mailboxes ; Staff bike storage and showers ; Snappy rules on staff facilities -- Storerooms : Locations of storage spaces ; Assigned storage spaces ; Shared storage spaces ; Meeting and program room storage spaces ; Mechanical equipment storage spaces ; Describing storage spaces in building programs ; Protecting storage spaces from looters who covet your space ; Snappy rules on storerooms -- Part VI. Technical issues : Lighting : General lighting concepts ; Types of light sources ; Lighting strategies ; Energy-saving ideas ; Common lighting problems and how to avoid them ; An easy formula for multifunctional library lighting ; Coping with natural lighting ; A final word on lighting ; Snappy rules on library lighting -- Elevators, staircases, railings, and ramps : Elevators ; Staircases ; Railings ; Ramps ; Snappy rules on elevators, staircases, railings, and ramps -- Electrical systems : Nomenclature ; Electrical circuits ; Electrical outlets ; Electrical switches ; Emergencies ; Snappy rules on electrical systems -- Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems : General complexity ; Temperature control and zoning ; Humidity control ; Ductwork ; Energy conservation ; Special HVAC problems ; Snappy rules on HVAC systems -- Plumbing systems : Food preparation and service area ; Staff workroom plumbing ; Custodial workrooms ; Hose bibs ; Water "features" ; Storm drains ; Detention and retention basins ; Snappy rules on plumbing systems -- Security : Security through building design ; Theft control systems ; Theft of library equipment and of personal possessions ; Entrance and exit control equipment ; Intrusion alarms ; Fire protection systems ; Humidity control ; Video surveillance systems ; Miscellaneous issues in patron and staff security ; Public relations implications ; Insurance ; Snappy rules on library security -- Walls, floors, and ceilings : Health problems ; Walls ; Floors ; Ceilings ; Snappy rules on walls, floors, and ceilings -- Appendix : Vocabulary.
You've spent your life working in and coping with your library building... and you've been ignored when it comes to planning the spaces that you work in. Schlipf and Moorman provide their rules for planning and evaluating plans for new buildings and renovations. Building decisions-- whether good or bad-- can last centuries. Discover some of the ways you can reduce your chance of regretting-- or outright hating-- those decisions.

Sara Berman's closet

June 28, 2019
Kalman, Maira, author.
©2018
1 volume (unnumbered) : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
"'Sara's Berman's Closet' [as an art exhibit] was first exhibited at Mmuseumm 2, New York City, in 2015"--Last page before end papers.
"From Maira Kalman, the author of the bestsellers The Principles of Uncertainty and The Elements of Style, and Alex Kalman, designer, curator, writer, and founder of Mmuseumm, Sara Berman's Closet is a highly pictorial and narrative memoir of Maira's mother, an endearing and universally resonant celebration of individuality, personal expression, and the art of living authentically -- Provided by publisher."

Granny square flair : 50 fresh, modern variations of the classic crochet square

June 28, 2019
Husband, Shelley, author.
Narrawong, VIC, Australia : Shelley Husband, 2018.
106 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
"Granny Square Flair is a collection of 50 variations on the classic crochet square. With innovative techniques and inventive combinations of basic stitches, Granny Square Flair is an essential addition to every crochet reference library. Inside you'll find... 50 crochet square patterns in both chart and written format. At least 3 colour options for each of the 50 patterns. Hints and tips for seamless crochet and how to make your crochet sing. Joining options. 11 projects you can make with everything explained. Guidance on making your own projects from choosing patterns to planning layout as well as choosing yarn and calculating yarn requirements. Glossary of all stitches and techniques used with full explanations. With Granny Square Flair at your side as your indispensable crochet companion, you and the special people in your life will be wrapped in crochet love that is distinctly yours."--Publisher's description.

Japanese prints : the collection of Vincent van Gogh

June 28, 2019
Uhlenbeck, Chris, author.
©2018
223 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm
Foreword / Axel Ruger and Marije Vellekoop -- 1. From stock-in-trade to constant solace / Louis van Tilborgh -- 2. History of the collection / Louis van Tilborgh and Chris Uhlenbeck -- 3. The Japanese prints of Vincent Van Gogh / Chris Uhlenbeck -- 4. Japanese Crepe Prints: Popular Collectibles in Van Gogh's Time / Shigeru Oikawa -- 5. Traditional Japanese printmaking technique / Chris Uhlenbeck - 6. Japanese prints collected by Vincent Van Gogh: a selection / Chris Uhlenbeck - The Japanese landscape - Women of the pleasure quarters - Tale of Genji - Warriors - Kabuki.
"This book explores the history of Van Gogh's collection and analyses its composition and quality, and is accompanied by almost 150 illustrations of many of the prints he himself owned and which are now held in the Van Gogh Museum. These prints, by artists including Hiroshige, Kuniyoshi and Kunisada, lend us a compelling insight into one of the most powerful creative influences behind Van Gogh's art.Vincent van Gogh fell under the spell of Japanese woodblock prints during his stay in Paris, where Japanese art was the height of fashion. His initial motivation in purchasing the more than 600 prints he acquired was commercial. He hoped to deal in them, but the exhibition he organized at the café-restaurant Le Tambourin was a failure. However, Van Gogh now had the advantage of being able to study his collection at leisure, and slowly he became captivated by the prints' colourful, attractive and unusual imagery."-- Provided by publisher.

Helen Oxenbury : a life in illustration

June 27, 2019
Marcus, Leonard S., 1950- author.
©2018
276 pages : illustrations (mostly color) ; 28 cm
The interview -- 1938-1957: At home in London ; The territory of childhood ; The ardent youngster ; The look of things ; The spirited girl ; Glamorous images -- 1957-1962: A study in contrasts ; Comedy ; Adventure ; Turning points -- 1960s: A way to proceed ; Transition ; Global stars ; Madcap scenario -- 1970s: Outsider perspective ; A strong and forceful presence ; Motherhood and career ; A great advance -- 1980s: Charismatic entrepreneur ; Making a splash ; Assurances ; First baby board books ; Cultural shifts and trends ; A spirit of fun ; Wonderful humor ; Mishaps ; The world's children -- 1990s: The first time ; Scenes and settings ; Comings and goings ; A signal event ; Animals rebelling ; Fondest dreams ; One-off portraits ; Clever animals ; Domestic bliss ; Wonderland and beyond -- 2000s: Creation story ; Magic strings of words ; Full circle ; Luminous space ; Postscripts.
"Filled with insights that span Helen Oxenbury's life -- from her early childhood through a career in children's books that started in the 1960s and is still going strong today -- here is an exquisitely designed and thoroughly entertaining celebration of one of the finest illustrators of our time."-- Amazon.com

The landscape photography book : the step-by-step techniques you need to capture breathtaking landscape photos like the pros

June 26, 2019
Kelby, Scott, author.
©2019
xiii, 224 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Includes index.
Essential gear -- Camera settings & lenses -- Before your shoot -- Composition -- HDR & panos -- Long exposures -- Starry skies & the Milky Way -- Post processing -- Even more tips -- Landscape recipes.

feed —Subscribe to the Art feed .

Fiction

For Teens

For Kids

Media

Electronic Resources

Foreign

Nonfiction

Large Print