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Nicholas Steiner is a German-born octogenarian, retired physician, Stage IV cancer survivor and author of several memoirs. His career as a photographer began in 1950 when at age 15 he was sent to France with instructions how to use his newly acquired Ansco Speedex. Some black and white photos from that era remain among his favorites! Decades later, he switched from SLR cameras to the digital format and more recently to an iPhone. Steiner is amazed by the quality of images that technologic advances allow but misses his 35mm lens and what is best rendered in black and white.$2.99–$19.99
It’s the day you’ve dreamed of and planned for. Next to saying “Yes”, choosing your elegant image may be your most inspired decision. This book will help you create your polished image.
This guide will offer you:
- Sleek & Sophisticated…..A guide to choosing your perfect wedding gown and accessories.
- Make up techniques that will enhance your beauty, especially in your wedding portraits.
- Here you will learn all the hints, tips and secrets from a professional wedding photographer through her lens.
Let Amie’s experience of seeing 655 brides pass through her lens work for YOU! This guide will help you create your wedding image to be dazzling and flawless!
About the Author:
Amie Witkowski remains one of the most passionate wedding photographers in the industry today. She blends beauty and timelessness of elegant wedding portraits with the spontaneity and appeal of photojournalism.
Let her experience of photographing over 655 weddings work for you! Amie will reveal all the hints, tips and secrets on taking your wedding image from ordinary to extraordinary.
She resides in St. Joseph, Michigan, named “Michigan’s Most Romantic City” by Detroit Free Press. Today, it remains a very popular area for destinations weddings along the shoreline of Lake Michigan.$30.21
A resident of Bradenton, Florida. Andrew studied under Eastman Kodak Company for lighting, film manufacture and development. He started a career in photography during the late 1950’s doing commercial and advertising photography for Cleveland and New York ad agencies. He was one of the first photographers in the Cleveland area to present full-color commercial work. Taking a long break from photography he worked as an engineer before returning to photojournalistic work for several magazines. Andrew has authored 15 books during his career, several on digital photography.
This book “Nostalgia _ The Way it Really Was” captures not only the essence of how America was during the golden period of discovery and development in the country but the ability of photography to record these exciting events and keep them sacred for future generations.$2.99–$29.99
Starting in the late 1950’s the author began his career in photography becoming one of the first in the Cleveland area to present commercial work in full color. He left his business to concentrate on engineering for a period of years returning to photojournal work for several magazines.
Over the course of his career in photography the author has photographed hundreds of women for photostories, commercial assignments and for his books on photographic art. This book demonstrates his style and his approach to glamour in photographic expression of women. A picture book loaded with wonderful images of beautiful women giving the aspiring photographer a brief written guide throughout the pages.$2.99–$17.99
In this second edition of the book, The Fire Escape, A Visual Survey, shows the physical urbanity and human condition of the forms of the cities and its fire escapes from twenty five cities/urban areas in all four corners of America. Specifically, it is a survey of an architectural component which was mostly an afterthought.
The Fire Escape shows the art that was created as a result urban leaders placing more value on their own profit in the creation of buildings, than the lives of the many workers or occupants inside their capitalist machines, leaving legislators to come to the rescue with an external solution. This iconic form is glorified with scenes in movies, but their everyday existence is to hang there as lonely as the wealthy industrialist’s that initially omitted them. They speak of being our savior in an impending doom, and do so in shadows of light and mirrored reflections seen in complex overlapping Cartesian coordinates.
This book shows the beauty of a dying and unique American architecture. The images highlight the fire escape as eerily frozen in time, like they are from a cold war East Berlin, waiting for their removal by a follow on urban renewal that may never come. Their increasing protection due to evolving civic affection for their role in our lives gives them cultural importance. And yet very few architectural forms exhibit this much soliloquy of repetition and rhythm that is so involved with the hieratic form of a life safety function. Function followed form here as expected, but they are ironic and speak of the human condition waiting for us to go down to our eventual end. They hang there like a hovering death eater or a cemetery we pass on the way to work reminding us of the frailty of human life and the inevitable last journey to a final destination that we all must face.
About the author:
Peter Lagomarsino a Senior Architect that has practiced Architecture for over twenty four years. He’s the author of “Confessions in a Crown Vic” a critique of the American “Dream” and the story of what really happened in development this last century. He is an avid photographer of architecture with over thirty six years been behind the camera. He also paints acrylic on canvas for art sales and commissioned work. He has Bachelors of Arts in Architecture from the University of New Mexico, a Masters of Architecture from Clemson University and is LEED Accredited. Part of his Masters, was at the Charles E. Daniels Center for Urban Design at Clemson’s Villa in Genoa Italy where he traveled extensively in Europe, Greece, and the Middle East capturing over six thousand images on slide medium.$2.99–$34.99
Seeds of “The Messiah’s Signature” were planted in the mid-late nineties The cover’s photograph was captured one Fall mid-afternoon in Seattle. Jeanette attended Shoreline college where the English professor realized her writing potential.
Shortly after relocating to Texas she was invited to a Christian Writers’ group. In the early 2000’s she began a journal of words and phrases from her Pastors’ sermons.
In 2015 her collection of poems and prose, was finally compiled. Supporting images consist of photographs taken during her extensive travels; watercolors, which includes one painted by her Mother, and for readers’ edification, the accompanying bible verses are complete.
To God be the Glory
About the author:
Jeanette’s ancestry, can be traced to the Spanish Inquisition era. The De Litra family of Portugal fled their homeland to escape its tyranny. Those, who could afford passage, sought refuge in the Americas; others sailed to the shores of Wales.
(There the family name was changed to Little). She was transplanted from her homeland Wales via Australia to America in the mid-eighties. No doubt, during her global sojourns, unbeknown to her, other descendents and her pathways have intersected.
Her aptitude for writing poetry was encouraged, during the nineties, by her English instructor Nancy of Shoreline Community college in Seattle, and a dear friend and professor Rose, of Seattle Pacific university. Upon relocation to Texas in 2000, she joined San Antonio’s Christian Writers Group. This intimate organization has proved fertile ground for her creative abilities.
In late 2015 Jeanette completed “The Messiah’s Signature” and published it in eBook format.Time has proved readers prefer the tactile, visual, enjoyment, and comfort of absorbing the book’s content via the printed word on paper.$6.99–$21.77