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Resources for keyword: Photography
An excerpt from Why Smile?
A treasure trove of information and insights into smiling.
Birders: The Central Park Effect
A delightful documentary that explores the passion and the pleasures of Central Park's birders.
Search Query Hilarity
Darren C. Polito
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Step Gently Out
A wedding of poetry and photography that take us on a stroll in the mysterious world of insects.
The Scrapbooking Journey
Supplies, resources, and intentions needed to create spiritually rich and inspiring scrapbooks.
The Spirit of Tibet
Full-color photographs of Tibetans now living in exile in Nepal and India.
A delightful photography book for tree lovers.
The Practice of Contemplative Photography
Andy Karr, Michael Wood
How to find a new way of seeing and experiencing the world through photography.
Beautiful color photographs and commentary on 1,000 of the world's sacred sites.
The Bang Bang Club
True story of thrill-seeking photojournalists in South Africa just before the historic elections.
The Legend of Pale Male
A crowd-pleasing documentary about the adventures of a wild red-tailed hawk and the people who love him in New York City.
What I Eat
Peter Menzel, Faith D'Aluisio
A visually stunning and informative overview of the diets of what 80 people around the world eat in a single day.
Smash His Camera
A robust and snappy documentary about Ron Galella, the controversial photographer of America's superstars and celebrities.
A Time for Playing
A celebration in words and photographs of wild animals playing in the wilderness.
We Feel Fine
Sep Kamvar, Jonathan Harris
A playful and sometime profound look at the soulscape of emotions in the lives of ordinary people in this age of the Internet, blogs, and social networking.
Niko von Glasow
An extraordinary German documentary about 12 adults with disabilities created by the toxic drug Thalidomide and how a special project lifts their spirits and gives them a fresh sense of community.
A delightful children's book that is an eye-treat and a celebration of opposites in everyday life.
An extraordinary film by Swedish director Jan Troell about a poor working-class mother of seven who keeps her soul alive through nurturing her talent as a photographer.
David Elliot Cohen
18 top photojournalists team up with experts to examine some of the essential issues of our times.
In God's Name
Jules Naudet, Gedeon Naudet
Wisdom from 12 religious leaders and stunning photographs of religious practices and rituals from around the world.