Too late to get delivery of a great photography book for xmas but a good book is always a good book, whichever time of year it arrives. Here are a couple of our best sellers that will give your friends and family a clue about what it is that you’re doing.
For your grandpa who potters around in the garden, but need more stuff to do with his plants.
It is possible to print photographs using nothing but juice extracted from the petals of flowers, the peel from fruits and pigments from plants. This book will show you how it is done, and expand your creative horizons with plenty of examples from artists working with anthotypes today.
For your brother, who just doesn’t stop going on about cameras.
The cyanotype is often the first alternative process that people try. It is relatively easy and safe enough to nurture a child’s interest in photography. It can also be seen as a gateway to further exploration of historic photographic methods.
For that friend you met on the photo course who likes to try a bit of this and a bit of that.
From pinhole to print will guide you from drilling your first pinhole to printing your first pinhole photograph. It is an easy to read, step-by-step guide to making a pinhole camera and creating images.
For your uncle who loves history, and would love to put it into practical use.
Highlights the work of over 100 of today’s most active photographers working with alternative processes. Discover how the different processes create a unique look in a print, and get an insight into how the processes function.