L.A. HUFFMAN PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE AMERICAN WEST REVISED EDITION
by Larry Len Peterson
A Collection of Rare, Old West Images from a Photography Pioneer
Arriving in Montana Territory in 1879, frontier photographer Laton Alton Huffman (1854-1931) would capture the spirit of the American West like no other artist. equally comfortable photographing Plains Indians and working cowboys, Huffman worked both in the studio and out on the open range.
236 pages 10×12 Paper $48.00
Mountain Press Publishing Company
NOCTURNAL PHOTOGRAPHER DAYTIME WRITER
by Stu Jenks
Photography inspired by the symbols of the circle, the hoop, and the spiral. Find
the artist’s resume and quotes about his work.
PO Box 161 Tucson, Arizona 85702
A FLICKERING LIGHT and AN ABSENCE SO GREAT
by Award-Winning JANE kIRKPATRICK
Drawn from the author’s historical family album
The fact-base story of an early twentieth-century woman pioneering her way into the male dominate world of photography. When she finds herself increasingly attracted to her married employer, she flees to new opportunities. But the photography that was supposed to fill her heart is instead exposing its emptiness.
Available now wherever books are sold.
Read the first chapters online at http://www.WaterBrookMutinomah.com
FOCUS ON COMPOSING PHOTOS
by Peter Ensenberger
Peter Ensenberger, who was director of photography at Arizona Highways magazine for 25 years, will sign copies of his new FOCUS ON COMPOSING PHOTOS book Saturday (June 18, 2011) in Tucson.
He’ll discuss the book and be available for signings from 1 to p.m. at the Barns & Noble store in Foothills Mall, 7325 N. La Cholla Blvd.
See the Vamos! section of the Arizona Daily Str for photo tips from Ensenberger…advice that could improve your summer vacation pictures.
Arizona Daily Star, June 12, 2011
30 YEARS OF LIGHTENING PHOTOGRAPHY IN SOUTHERN AZ
by Photographer Ralph H. Wetmore III
This book is the second beautiful book of photography Ralph has created. He is well-respected (not to mention awe-inspiring) and has been seen in National Geographic magazine!
by Lynne Bama
In this volume the award winning poet and photographer addresses the legend, landscape and legacy of the world’s first National Park. Yellowstone is many things to many people whether through memories of time spent within its pristine and somewhat otherworldly landscapes or through the thousands of images that continue to inspire curiosity, speculation and dreams. Yellowstone is a unique enviornment, for centuries a source wonder to the native peoples who first came upon its strange and magical features, to the millions of tourists who explore its domain, and to the scientists who continue to probe its mysteries. Through the words of this poet and lens of her camera Yellowstone’s many and varied aspects are woven together into a tale of the past, present and future of a place unlike any other.
264 pgs ISBN: 978-1-932636-37-6 $19.95 Trade Paper
140 pages. ISBN: 978-1-932636-40-6. $25.00 Special Edition on coated stock Publisher Direct