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San Francisco Noir

Following in the footsteps of classic films like The Maltese Falcon and The Lady from Shanghai, veteran photographer Fre ...

Finding Home

Shelter Dogs and Their Stories

Bold, retiring, serious, sparkling, quirky, or lovable the dogs in Traer Scott's remarkable photographs regard us with ...

BEE

Of the ten million or so different species of insects on our planet, none is more fascinating than the honeybee. One of ...

Sunprint Notecards

The Cyanotypes of Anna Atkins

Hailed as the first female photographer (and first to publish a book of photographs), Victorian botanist Anna Atkins mad ...

San Francisco: Portrait of a City Notecards

Fred Lyon captures the essence ofSan Francisco in this fine art photography notecard set, an extension of his book, San ...

Melting Away

A Ten-Year Journey through Our Endangered Polar Regions

For ten years Camille Seaman has documented the rapidly changing landscapes of Earth's polar regions. As an expedition p ...

Worn Stories

Everyone has a memoir in miniature in at least one piece of clothing. In Worn Stories, Emily Spivack has collected over ...

Above Paris

The Aerial Survey of Roger Henrard

Between the years 1950 and 1972, when Paris was in the twilight of its classical period, pilot and photographer Roger He ...

People Knitting

A Century of Photographs

People Knitting is a charming tribute in vintage photographs and printed ephemera to the ever-popular, often all-consumi ...

The Disappearance of Darkness

Photography at the End of the Analog Era

Over the past decade, photographer Robert Burley has traveled the world documenting the abandonment and destruction of f ...

Veterans

Faces of World War II

Ichiro Sudai trained to be a kamikaze. Roscoe Brown was a commander in the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African American m ...

Finding Home Notecards

Twelve shelter dogs, twelve adoptions. Traer Scott's luminous portraits capture each dog's personality'serious or animat ...

Publish Your Photography Book

Revised and Updated

Our indispensable guide to publishing your own photography book just got better. In this revised and updated edition of ...

Water is Key

A Better Future for Africa

Of all the many challenges facing the inhabitants of the African continent, there is one elemental need regularly overlo ...

Life on the Lower East Side

Photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff, 1937-1950

A young Rebecca Lepkoff, camera in hand, navigated the streets of the Lower East Side of New York in the 1930s and 1940s ...

The Big Cloud

Our culture is addicted to weather: hourly forecasts, apps, radio, TV channels, alerts, warnings, and watches. And under ...

Pinhole Cameras

A Do-It-Yourself Guide

There can be so much more to taking a picture than pressing a button, and the quirky, time-bending results of the pinhol ...

Artists Unframed

Snapshots from the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art

Tucked away among the letters, diaries, and other ephemera in the Smithsonian's archives lies a trove of rarely seen sna ...

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

The Building Blocks series presents icons of modern architecture as interpreted by the most significant architectural ph ...

TWA Terminal

Eero Saarinen's TWA Terminal is the ultimate icon of midcentury modern design. Completed in 1962, the bird-like terminal ...

Instant

The Story of Polaroid

"Pictures in a minute!" In the 1950s, '60s, and '70s, Polaroid was the hottest technology company on Earth. They were an ...

Paris Changing

Revisiting Eug ne Atget's Paris

Between 1888 and 1927 Eugeene Atget meticulously photographed Paris, capturing in thousands of photographs the city's pa ...

Ghostly Ruins

America's Forgotten Architecture

"Ghostly Ruins is a haunted masterpiece. Well done!"--Ray BradburyWe've all seen them but might have been too scared to ...

Palazzos of Power

Central Stations of the Philadelphia Electric Company, 1900-1930

"If it isn't Electric, it isn t Modern." Such was the slogan of the Philadelphia Electric Company, developer of an unpre ...

Casa Alta

An Andalusian Paradise

When San Franciscans Victor Carrasco and Elizabeth McMillan bought their dream home in 1978, an abandoned courtyard hous ...

Through Darkness to Light

Photographs Along the Underground Railroad

They left in the middle of the night often carrying little more than the knowledge to follow the North Star. Between 183 ...

The Blind Photographer

The blind photographer cannot see a butterfly perched perfectly still on a flower, a bowl of sweet-smelling fruit, or a ...

The Public Library

A Photographic Essay

Many of us have vivid recollections of childhood visits to a public library: the unmistakable musty scent, the excitemen ...

Chandigarh Revealed

Le Corbusier's City Today

In 1950, Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru invited legendary French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier to embark on one o ...

Animal Logic

A buffalo stands horns to head with a man who is calmly vacuuming the snow-covered plains beneath its feet. A herd of pl ...

Frozen Music

In this limited collector edition folio, Gil Garcetti's interpretive photographs of the steel skin of the Walt Disney Co ...

Balancing Acts

Three Prima Ballerinas Becoming Mothers

There are few jobs more rarefied or as physically and mentally demanding as prima ballerina. And yet, despite very real ...

Raptors

Portraits of Birds of Prey

This delightful and dramatic collection of portraits reveals birds of prey as we never experience them: intimate and up ...

LaPorte, Indiana

Found magazine editor Jason Bitner has made it a habit of picking up after us, walking down the back alleys of our lives ...

People Fishing

A Century of Photographs

Although people have fished for food since the dawn of time, fishing today is one of the most popular pastimes in the wo ...

San Francisco, Portrait of a City 1940--1960

With a landmark around every corner and a picture perfect view atop every hill, San Francisco might be the world s most ...

Bunker Archeology

In Bunker Archeology, urban philosopher and cultural theorist Paul Virilio turns his attention--and camera--to the omino ...

Brothels of Nevada

Candid Views of America's Legal Sex Industry

The state of Nevada is known as a place for quick money, 24-hour marriages, and easy divorces. But it's also the only pl ...

Year of Mornings, A

3191 Miles Apart

The morning hours before the hustle and bustle of the day commences is the perfect time to pause and enjoy a sense of re ...

Terminal Bar

A Photographic Record of New York's Most Notorious Watering Hole

In 1972 Shelly Nadelman began a ten-year run bartending at one of New York City s most notorious dives: the Terminal Bar ...

The Lovings

An Intimate Portrait

The Lovings: An Intimate Portrait documents the extraordinary love story of Mildred and Richard Loving. The Lovings pres ...