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Photography - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Titles in the call number range TR1 - TR1050 (Photography) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 60 days.


  • A true likeness : the black South of Richard Samuel Roberts, 1920-1936 / edited by Thomas L. Johnson and Philip C. Dunn
    TR 680 R63 2019
    A True Likeness showcases the extraordinary photography of Richard Samuel Roberts (1880-1935), who operated a studio in Columbia, South Carolina, from 1920 to 1935. He was one of the few major African American commercial photographers working in the region during the first half of the twentieth century, and his images reveal the social, economic, and cultural realities of the black South and document the rise of a small but significant southern black middle class.The nearly two hundred photographs in A True Likeness were selected from three thousand glass plates that had been stored for decades in a crawl space under the Roberts home. The collection includes "true likenesses" of teachers, preachers, undertakers, carpenters, brick masons, dressmakers, chauffeurs, entertainers, and athletes, as well as the poor, with dignity and respect and an eye for character and beauty.Thomas L. Johnson and Phillip C. Dunn received a 1987 Lillian Smith Book Award for their work on this book. This new edition of A True Likeness features a new foreword by Elaine Nichols, the supervisory curator of culture at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. A new afterword is provided by Thomas L. Johnson.

  • Study in black and white : photography, race, humor / Tanya Sheehan
    TR 679.5 S54 2018eb

  • Projecting citizenship : photography and belonging in the British Empire / Gabrielle Moser
    TR 57 M675 2019eb

  • Pictures of longing : photography and the Norwegian-American migration / Sigrid Lien ; translated by Barbara Sjoholm
    TR23

    Haunting and revealing photographs sent home by Norwegian immigrants in America as visual document and collective expression of the emigrant experience


    Between 1836 and 1915, in what has been called history's largest population migration, more than 750,000 Norwegians emigrated to North America. Writing home, the newcomers sent thousands of pictures--America-photographs, as they are called in Norway. In these photographs, the emigrant experience unfolds as framed by thousands of Norwegian transplants in towns, cities, and rural communities across America.

    Pictures of Longing brings more than 250 America-photographs into focus as a moving account of Norwegian migration in the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, conceived of and crafted by its photographer-authors to shape and reshape their story. To clarify the historic nature and the cultural function of the America-photographs, art historian and photography scholar Sigrid Lien located thousands of the photographs in public and private archives and museums in Norway and the United States. Reading these photographs alongside letters sent home by Norwegian immigrants, Lien provides the first comprehensive account of this collective photographic practice involving "the voice of the many."

    Pictures of Longing shows, in fascinating detail, how the photographs, like the accompanying letters, contribute to the cultural grassroots expression of Norwegian migration. They steer us toward multiple, fragmented, and dispersed histories and also complement the existing fabric of established historical narratives, demonstrating photography's potential to engage with history.


  • Constructing imperial Berlin : photography and the metropolis / Miriam Paeslack
    TR74.B47

    How photography and a modernizing Berlin informed an urban image--and one another--in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

    Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city that once visually epitomized a divided Europe has thrived in the international spotlight as an image of reunified statehood and urbanity. Yet research on Berlin's past has focused on the interwar years of the Weimar Republic or the Cold War era, with much less attention to the crucial Imperial years between 1871 and 1918.

    Constructing Imperial Berlin is the first book to critically assess, contextualize, and frame urban and architectural photographs of that era. Berlin, as it was pronounced Germany's capital in 1871, was fraught with questions that had previously beset Paris and London. How was urban expansion and transformation to be absorbed? What was the city's understanding of its comparably short history? Given this short history, how did it embody the idea of a capital? A key theme of this book is the close interrelation of the city's rapid physical metamorphosis with repercussions on promotional and critical narratives, the emergence of groundbreaking photographic technologies, and novel forms of mass distribution.

    Providing a rare analysis of this significant formative era, Miriam Paeslack shows a city far more complex than the common clichés as a historical and aspiring place suggest. Imperial Berlin emerges as a modern metropolis, only half-heartedly inhibited by urban preservationist concerns and rather more akin to North American cities in their bold industrialization and competing urban expansions than to European counterparts.


  • The social documentary photography of Milton Rogovin / edited by Christopher Fulton
    TR681.W65
    Milton Rogovin (1909--2011) dedicated his photographic career to capturing the humanity of working-class people around the world -- coal miners, factory workers, the urban poor, the residents of Appalachia, and other marginalized groups. He worked to equalize the relationship between photographer and subject in the making of pictures and encouraged his subjects' agency by photographing them on their own terms. Rogovin's powerful insight and immense sympathy for his subjects distinguish him as one of the most original and important documentary photographers in American history. Edited by Christopher Fulton, The Social Documentary Photography of Milton Rogovin is a multi-disciplinary study of the photographer's historical achievement and continuing relevance. Inspired by a recent donation of his work to the University of Louisville, this compilation of essays examines Rogovin's work through multiple lenses. Contributors analyze his photographic career and political motivations, as well as his relationship to economic history and current academic interests. Most closely investigated are the Lower West Side series -- a photographic portrait of a particular neighborhood of Buffalo -- the Working People series -- documenting blue-collar workers and their families over a span of years -- and the Family of Miners series -- a survey of mining communities in the United States and eight foreign countries. A collaborative effort by prominent scholars, The Social Documentary Photography of Milton Rogovin combines historical and biographical research with cultural and artistic criticism, offering a unique perspective on Rogovin's work in Appalachia and beyond.

  • Final fire : a memoir / Michael Mitchell
    TR140.M58

    See the world through a photographer's eyes

    Final Fireis a companion piece to Mitchell's much-praised 2004 memoir, The Molly Fire, a finalist for both the Writers' Trust Drainie-Taylor Biography Prize and the Governor General's Award for Non-fiction, and a Globe and MailBest Book of the Year.

    Nearly a half century ago, Mitchell abandoned a safe and secure academic career to become a 'cowboy' with a camera and a keyboard. While he has always kept one foot planted firmly in the arts, as a working photographer his search for adventure took him through the Americas, into the High Arctic, across Europe, on to the Middle East, India, and the Far East. He photographed famous athletes, musicians, actors, politicians, revolutionaries, and more than a few criminals. The sum of these scary, strange, heartrending, and funny episodes is one man's prescription for how to live in a bizarre and, best of all, never boring world.

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  • Ian Wallace, selected works, 1970-1987
    TR 647 W355A4 1988

  • Crime scenery in postwar film and photography Henrik Gustafsson
    PN1995.9.S4

  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 2019 classroom in a book : the official training workbook from Adobe / Jeff Carlson
    TR267.5.A33

  • Warum wir fotografieren : Sieben Fotografen, ihre Motivation und Arbeitsweise / Jürgen Gulbins
    TR145

  • Final Cut Pro X 10.4 : professional post-production / Brendan Boykin
    TR899
    This fully updated Apple-certified guide presents a real-world workflow from raw media to finished project to demonstrate the features of Final Cut Pro X 10.4 and the practical techniques you will use in editing projects. Using professionally acquired media, you'll utilise the same tools and editing techniques used by editors worldwide in this revolutionary editing software. Renowned editor and master trainer Brendan Boykin starts with basic video editing techniques and takes you all the way through Final Cut Pro's powerful features.

    The lessons start as real world as it gets--with an empty application. After downloading the media files, you will be guided through creating a project from scratch to finished draft. The basic workflow and tools are covered in Lessons 1 through 4 where you create a rough cut. The real-world workflow continues through the remaining lessons as you take the basic project and enhance it with a dive into more robust features including the newest Final Cut Pro X 10.4 tools for 360° editing, precision colour grading, and more.

    Downloadable lesson and media files to work sequentially through exercises for hours of hands-on training. Focused lessons teach concepts and take students step by step through professional, real-world editing scenarios to create a final project. Chapter review questions summarise what students learn to prepare them for the Apple certification exam.

  • Eingabegeräte und ihre Profilierung / Thomas Hoppe
    TR267

  • Die Profilierung des Monitors / Thomas Hoppe
    TR267

  • Einstieg in die Bildgestaltung : 50 Tipps für bessere Bilder
    TR179

  • Learn Adobe After Effects CC for visual effects and motion graphics : Adobe Certified Associate exam preparation / Joe Dockery, Conrad Chavez
    TR897.72.A335

  • Adobe Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC for photographers / RC Concepcion
    TR267.5.A3

  • Adobe Premiere Pro CC classroom in a book 2019 release : the official training workbook from Adobe / Maxim Jago
    TR899

  • Mastering Adobe Captivate 2019 : build cutting edge professional SCORM compliant and interactive eLearning content with Adobe Captivate / Pooja Jaisingh, Damien Bruyndonckx
    TR897.7

  • Analog fotografieren und entwickeln : die eigene Dunkelkammer / Marc Stache
    TR287

  • David Busch's Nikon Z6 guide to digital photography / David D. Busch
    TR263.N5

  • Advanced Photoshop : Profitricks für die Bildbearbeitung mit Photoshop und Co. / Tilo Gockel
    TR267.5.A3

  • Urbex-Fotografie : Industriebrachen, verlassene Orte, unterirdische Hohlräume und Roofing / Philippe Sergent ; Aus dem Französischen übersetzt von Alessandra Barabaschi und Axel Schwalm
    TR179

  • Adobe Animate CC classroom in a book 2019 release : the official training workbook from Adobe / Russell Chun
    TR897.72.A338

  • Within the frame : the journey of photographic vision / David duChemin
    TR183

  • The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC book : plus an essential guide to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC (2019 release) across desktop, web, and mobile / Martin Evening
    TR267.5.A355

  • Wedding storyteller. Roberto Valenzuela
    TR819

  • Zen der Weg des Fotografen : Tägliche Übungen für mehr Kreativität in der Fotografie / David Ulrich
    TR183

  • Nie mehr Automatik! : bewusster mit der Kamera fotografieren und bessere Bilder machen / Manuel Gauda, Nina Czerwenka
    TR146

  • Praxisbuch Reisefotografie : Landschaften, Kulturen und Menschen fotografieren / Daan Schoonhoven (Hrsg.) ; Übersetzung aus dem Niederländischen von Rolf Dräther
    TR790

  • Freude am Sehen : Kontemplative Fotografie / Hiltrud Enders
    TR179

  • Mach dein Bild : In über 150 Workshiops zu besseren Fotos / Dan Richards
    TR146

  • David Busch's Nikon Z7 guide to digital photography / David D. Busch
    TR263.N5

  • Fuji X secrets : 142 ways to make the most of your Fujifilm X Series camera / Rico Pfirstinger
    TR263.F85

  • Die Nikon D7500 : 64 Expertentipps für den erfolgreichen Einsatz / Björn Thiele
    TR263.N5

  • Adobe After Effects CC classroom in a book (2019 release) : the official training workbook from Adobe / Brie Gyncild & Lisa Fridsma
    TR897.72.A335

  • Naturfotografie mit dem Blitz : Kreatives Licht für Landschaft, Tiere und Pflanzen / John Gerlach, Barbara Eddy
    TR606

  • Mastering bird photography : the art, craft, and technique of photographing birds and their behavior
    TR729.B5
    In Mastering Bird Photography: The Art, Craft, and Technique of Photographing Birds and Their Behavior , acclaimed bird photographer and author Marie Read shares techniques and stories behind her compelling images, offering fresh insights into making successful bird photographs, whether you_re out in the field or in the comfort of your own backyard.

    In this richly illustrated book, you_ll learn how to be in the right place at the right time and how to obtain tack sharp portraits. Marie then teaches you to take your skills to the next level in order to capture action shots, illustrate birds in their habitats, and portray birds in evocative and artistic ways.

    Building on basic technical topics such as camera choice, lens choice, and camera settings, Marie reveals how fieldcraft, compositional decisions, and knowledge of bird behavior contribute greatly to a successful bird photograph. Captions for the over 400 images contained in the book provide details on the equipment used, as well as camera settings. Throughout the book, bird behavior insights provide bird photographers of all skill levels a wealth of essential insider information that will help you produce images that stand out from the crowd.

    Topics include:

    Equipment and accessories Focus, exposure, and light Composition and creativity Bird photography ethics Capturing bird behavior Storytelling images Action and in-flight shots Backyard photo studio Weather, water, and mood Top bird photo sites in North America Basic image editing _and much more

    Foreword by Tim Gallagher, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, Living Bird magazine.


  • David Busch's Nikon D3500 guide to digital SLR photography / David D. Busch
    TR267

  • Photoshop for lightroom users / Scott Kelby
    TR267.5.A355

  • Take Control of Photos : master Apple's Photos app for Mac & iOS / by Jason Snell
    TR267

  • Understanding photography : master your digital camera and capture that perfect photo / Sean T. McHugh
    TR267
    Understanding Photography will teach you the core concepts that underlie the magic of digital photography with highly visual, clear, and comprehensive explanations. Topics covered include the fundamentals of exposure, how lens choice affects creative control, digital image characteristics, and how to make the most of natural light. If you yearn to understand the digital photography hobby at a deeper level, or you simply want to take better photos, Understanding Photography is a must-have resource.

  • Farbgestaltung Fotografie / Albrecht Rissler
    TR510

  • Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book 2019 release / Andrew Faulkner & Conrad Chavez
    TR267.5.A3

  • Professionelle Produktfotografie / Oliver Feld
    TR690

  • Natur fotografieren : die 49 besten Tipps für Pflanzen, Tiere und Landschaft / Daan Schoonhoven, Bob Luijks, Arno ten Hoeve
    TR721

  • David Busch's Sony alpha a7R III : guide to digital photography / David D. Busch
    TR263.S66

  • Filterfotografie / Uwe Statz
    TR590.5

  • Make great photos : a friendly guide for improving your photographs / Alan Hess
    TR146

  • DJI Phantom 4 das Profibuch : Fliegen, Filmen, Fotografieren / Christian Rattat
    TR810

  • Manche Fehler muss man selber machen : oder wie ich Menschen fotografiere / Patrick Ludolph
    TR575

  • Der Himmel bei Nacht : Landschaftsfotografie nach Sonnenuntergang - Sternspuren, Milchstrasse und Polarlicht / Glenn Randall ; Übersetzung aus dem amerikanischen Englisch von Volker Haxsen
    TR660

  • GIMP 2.10 : Praxiswissen für Einsteiger / Winfried Seimbert
    TR267.5.G56

  • Making photographs : developing a personal visual workflow / Ibarionex Perello
    TR267

  • 47 things you need to know about your Canon EOS Rebel T6 : David Busch's guide to taking better pictures / David D. Busch
    TR263.C3

  • Pose! : 1,000 poses for photographers and models / Mehmet Eygi
    TR577

  • Entfesseltes Blitzen für Einsteiger : Professionelles Licht on location - manuell, mit TTL und HSS / Neil van Niekerk
    TR606

  • Lofoten Fotografieren : Im Bann des arktischen Lichts / Jens Klettenheimer
    TR 590

  • Das Foto : Bildaufbau und Farbdesign / Harald Mante ; unter Mitarbeit von Eva Witter-Mante
    TR179

  • Absolut analog : Fotografieren wieder entdecken : in Kleinbild-, Mittel- und Grossformat / Monika Andrae, Chris Marquardt
    TR145

  • Minimalistische Fotografie : Kunst und Praxis / Denis Dubesset
    TR642

  • Meine Kamera und ich : ein Reiseführer durch den Dschungel der Funktionen / Georg Banek
    TR146

  • The Photoshop toolbox : essential techniques for mastering layer masks, brushes, and blend modes / Glyn Dewis ; foreword by Aaron Blaise
    TR267.5.A3

  • Highspeedfotografie : Kunstvolle Tropfenfotos in Perfektion / Daniel Nimmervoll
    TR593

  • Urbane fotografie : In der Stadt fotografieren : Sechenswürdigkeiten, Architektur, Menschen / Stefano Paterna
    TR659.8

  • How do I do that in Lightroom Classic? : the quickest ways to do the things you want to do, right now! / Scott Kelby
    TR267.5.A355

  • Photographing Iceland : an insider's guide to the most iconic locations / Marting Schulz
    TR790

  • Photoshop restoration & retouching / Katrin Eismann, Wayne Palmer, Dennis Dunbar
    TR267.5.A3

  • Praxisbuch Makrofotografie : Naturmotive im Detail fotografieren / Daan Schoonhoven (Hrsg.) ; Übersetzung aus dem Niederländischen von Volker Haxsen
    TR684

  • Mastering the Nikon D850 / Darrell Young
    TR263.N5

  • Canon EOS Rebel T7/2000D for dummies / by Julie Adair King
    TR261

    A photography class--in a book!

    Your Canon EOS Rebel T7/1400D provides enough camera power to take the pro-style shots you've dreamed of shooting--and this book shows you how. Canon EOS Rebel T7/1400D For Dummies bridges the gap between taking quick shots in auto mode and taking charge of the settings that offer full control of your pictures' focus, color, and light balance.

    Take a peek inside to discover all the expert tips and tricks to take brag-worthy portraits, action shots, and close-ups--in a flash. No matter your subject, you'll get all the know-how and instruction you need to get the picture-perfect shot every time.

    Get started with automatic and creative modes Take full control of exposure to achieve better results Understand the settings that control light and color Follow steps on properly using flash

    Even if you've never picked up a DSLR camera, this friendly guide makes it fast and easy to unlock all your powerful Canon has to offer!


  • Learn Adobe Photoshop CC for visual design : Adobe certified associate exam preparation / Rob Schwartz
    TR267.5.A3

  • David Busch's Sony [alpha] a7 III : guide to digital photography / David D. Busch
    TR263.S66
    "David Busch's Sony Alpha a7 III Guide to Digital Photography is most comprehensive resource and reference for Sony's affordable 24MP full-frame mirrorless camera. With advanced 693-point phase detect autofocus, 5-axis in-body image stabilization, 10 frames-per-second continuous shooting, and 4K video capture, the a7 III offers enthusiasts a versatile combination of advanced features. This book shows you how to master those capabilities as you explore the world of digital photography and hone your creativity with the a7 III. Filled with detailed how-to steps and full-color illustrations, David Busch's Sony Alpha a7 III Guide to Digital Photography covers every feature of this camera in depth, from taking your first photos through advanced details of setup, exposure, lens selection, lighting, and more, and relates each feature to specific photographic techniques and situations. Also included in Chapter 2 is a handy camera "roadmap," an easy-to-use visual guide to the camera's features and controls. Learn when to use every option and, more importantly, when not to use them, by following the author's recommended settings for each menu entry. With best-selling photographer and mentor David Busch as your guide, you'll quickly have full creative mastery of your camera's capabilities, whether you're shooting on the job, as an advanced enthusiast exploring full frame photography for the first time, or are just out for fun. Start building your knowledge and confidence, while bringing your vision to light with the Sony a7 III." -- Amazon.com.

  • Learn Adobe Animate CC for multiplatform animations : Adobe certified associate exam preparation / Joseph Labrecque, Rob Schwartz
    TR897.72.A338

  • Wide-angle photography : capturing landscape, portrait, street, and architectural photographs with wide-angle lenses (including tilt-shift lenses) / Chris Marquardt
    TR687

  • The complete guide to Blender graphics : computer modeling & animation / John M. Blain
    TR897.72.B55

    Blender is a free and open source graphics program for computer modeling and animation incorporating Photorealstic Rendering, Realistic Materials, Character Rigging, Sculpting, UV Unwrapping, Compositing, Simulation, Camera and Object Tracking, Game Creation and Video Editing.

    The program is comprehensive. The interface is extensive. The creative experience is fantastic.

    The Complete Guide to Blender Graphics: Computer Modeling and Animation is a unified learning manual for beginners and a reference for advanced users. The manual introduces the basic components of the Blender program with reference to the interface using written instruction in conjunction with illustrations and examples.

    In this fourth edition of The Complete Guide to Blender Graphics the author has included changes to the program which eventuate as Blender is developed and improved. New subject matter has been added with examples.

    Key Features:

    Contents are structured in a building-block fashion, using content covered in early chapters to explain more complex content in later chapters. Describes the basic operations of the interface and the majority of its functions with visual references and practical examples Significantly expands discussion of advanced features providing the reader with a guide to the full potential of the program.

  • Die Fujifilm X100F : 101 Profitipps / Rico Pfirstinger
    TR263.F85

  • Mit optischen Filtern fotografieren : Polarisations-, Neutraldichte- und Grauverlaufsfilter wirkungsvoll einsetzen / Karen Meyer-Rebentisch
    TR590.5

  • Wie mache ich das in Lightroom? : Scott Kelbys beste Rezepte für Lightroom 6 und Classic CC / Scott Kelby
    TR267.5.A355

  • Praxisbuch aussergewöhnliche Naturfotografie : 73 Foto-Workshops für kreative Bilder / Daan Schoonhoven (Hrsg.) ; Übersetzung aus dem Niederländischen von Stephanie Wloch
    TR721
Updated: Tuesday 24 September 2019
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