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9781920479763

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Getting the most from your digital camera and camera phone.
A practical, accessible guide to the ingenious and inspirational ways to get the most from your camera and camera phone.
Publication date: 2013-06-01
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Daar doer in die fliek sluit aan by die televisiereeks met dieselfde naam wat op kykNet uitgesaai is. Die omvangryke boek gee 'n oorsig oor die ontwikkeling van Afrikaanse rolprente vanaf die heel vroegste stilprente tot en met die heel nuutste rolprente van ons tyd. Dié geskiedenis begin met die dokumentêre films wat tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog gemaak is en die epiese De Voortrekkers uit die tyd van die stilprente. Daarna word gedetailleerde aandag aan elke dekade van die 20ste eeu gegee met belangrike figure soos Pierre de Wet, Jamie Uys, Emil Nofal Jans Rautenbach, Katinka Heyns, Leon Schuster en Dirk de Villiers. Die titel is ontleen aan Jamie Uys se baanbreker-rolprent van 1951, Daar doer in die bosveld, wat die begin was van Uys se hoogs suksesvolle loopbaan met rolprente soos Lord oom Piet en die internasionale treffer The gods must be crazy. Van Nierop kon gebruik maak van skaars rolprente in kykNet se videoteek en in die Nasionale Filmargief. Talle onderhoude met akteurs, regisseurs en vervaardigers gee eerstehandse inligting oor die vervaardiging van bekende en suksesvolle rolprente. Alhoewel die klem op Afrikaanse rolprente val, word ook na baanbreker-rolprente in Engels en die inheemse tale verwys. Ten slotte word besondere aandag gegee aan die opbloei van die Afrikaanse rolprente in die eerste twee dekades van die 21ste eeu, waardeur talentvolle mense die geleentheid kry om aan hul drome uiting te gee.
Die boek is Leon van Nierop se huldeblyk aan een van die oudste rolprentindustrieë in die wêreld.
Publication date: 2016-02-01
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9780241241257

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Publication date: 2017-04-28
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Meer as 75 idees om jou foto's op aantreklike en interessante maniere te vertoon. Die projekte is funksioneel, dekoratief en heerlik prettig. Stap vir stap illustrasies en aantreklike foto's van die
voltooide projekte
Publication date: 2013-11-01
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Hani's inclusive and friendly tutorials will help you create the perfect look every time. Unlock your selfie potential with 15 achievable styles covering everything from how to highlight and contour to creating the perfect nude lip, as well as picking up invaluable make-up hacks, such as using Sellotape to create the perfect brow, how you can make your lip colour last and why you should apply your make-up in the right light. Hani will also help you choose the right products for your skin. Discover how to test the colour of a concealer, whether to choose an oil- or water-based foundation and how to find a mascara that suits your budget. Find your best angle, pull the perfect pout, and get snapping!
Publication date: 2019-07-31
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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What a discovery! In 2014, several years after he moved to Australia, John Coetzee sold his house in Cape Town, unaware that he was leaving behind unique documents from his teenage years. In the attic of his former home, the new owners discovered a forgotten brown suitcase and a large cardboard box, containing a complete photographic archive of old prints and negatives from Coetzee's childhood never seen before.

The photographs in this photobook (taken with what John Coetzee refers to as his 'spy camera') date back to John's first two years of high school when the Coetzee family moved from Worcester to Cape Town. The images provide insight into his childhood through his own lens. He shows us his world and the things that interested him most: friends and teachers at school, cricket matches, the surroundings of Cape Town, the family Karoo farm and his home life. His mother Vera, especially, was a favourite subject. The photographs are fascinating due to their imperfections, and because they show young Coetzee's interest in documenting time and movement in order to capture life itself. At first glance, the photographs appear to depict scenes from everyday rural life in the 1950s, but their playfulness, straightforwardness, and self-awareness ensure that the photos are not merely nostalgic. Every now and then we catch a glimpse of the social reality of Cape Town during the apartheid years. And for the readers of Boyhood the photographs are an intriguing visual chronicle of Coetzee's life. Although many know him as a serious and philosophical writer, here we also see his playful, boyish side and the search for his own identity. Through Coetzee's lens we see the fleeting moments from a past which is now captured in the emulsions of his negatives.

The book also has an exclusive interview with John Coetzee about his boyhood and photo experiments.
Publication date: 2020-03-25
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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In this celebration of Jewish life at the tip of the African continent, businessman and philanthropist, Tony Raphaely, has curated stunning individual and group portraits that collectively represent a snapshot in time of Cape Town's vibrant Jewish community.

The book is a unique compendium of nearly 300 photographs, taken in 2019 (or the Jewish year 5779), to showcase - and record for posterity - the people whose professions and services have enriched not only the community from which they come, but also the greater society in which they live.

The images, taken by a team of 17 photographers, provide a fascinating chronicle of all stages of life and across a wide range of occupations and pursuits. Some are famous personalities, like Zapiro, Albie Sachs, Lisa Chait and Nik Rabinowitz; others are less distinguished but no less revered for their contribution to life in the city.

As in many other cities outside Europe, Cape Town's Jewry has been forged in the Diaspora. A Handful of Sand distils this past into an enduring testament of hope and resilience - it is a record not only of generations current and past, but also for generations to come.
Publication date: 2020-01-06
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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The work of Ranjith Kally - A photographic journey through both sides of South Africa's history.
'Ranjith's work is extraordinary, I found it very warm, a breath of fresh air that, over a long period, has retained particular senses and values'
- DAVID GOLDBLATT

He captured iconic scenes, such as his portrait Umkumbane, which has come to symbolise the shimmering jazz age of African townships in the 1950s. When Miriam Makeba returned to Maseru, Lesotho, for a concert for black South Africans at the height of apartheid, Kally too ventured to Lesotho and returned home with a remarkable image of an exiled singer poised between joy and heartbreak. And in a series of unflinching portraits, he documented with probity the horror of the forced removals in Natal. In short, the wider appreciation of his contribution to our struggle for dignity needs to remembered and fully embraced for current South Africans intent on honouring their past.
Publication date: 2014-05-31
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Translator: Marlene Malan
Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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At the northern entrance to Prince Albert in the Great Karoo lies Northend, a neighbourhood home to a special group of people.

They have a very special way of communicating with others through their stories, which indicate an inherent joy of life. However, judging by their environment and circumstances, it is clear that they have experienced many hardship, and for an outsider it is an enriching experience to meet them. Every picture in Slow Down look again... tells a story and is supported by explanatory text. These enable the reader to gain insight into the past and the present of this unique neighbourhood and its residents.

The joy and sorrows of the residents of Northend - as well as their scant earthly possessions - are illustrated through Louis Botha?s excellent choice of photographic backgrounds. And yet the absolute neatness of their homes illustrates a certain pride - poverty without dilapidation. The intimacy of the photographs ultimately leaves the reader enriched. We become witnesses not only to the extraordinary character of a close-knit community, but also of its trusting relationship with the person whom they have allowed to tell their story.

Louis Botha was born in Bloemfontein in 1955 and grew up on a small-holding north-east of Pretoria. After school he studied finance and followed a career in the Financial Services Industry. At the age of 40, and encouraged by his wife he pursued his hobby more seriously. He?s held several exhibitions and lives in Prince Albert.

Fotografie en outeursnotas deur Louis Botha/Photography and author's notes by Louis Botha
Vertaling deur Marlene Malan/Translation by Marlene Malan
Ontwerp deur Etienne van Duyker/Design by Etienne van Duyker
Voorwoord deur Cor Rademeyer/Foreword by Cor Rademeyer
Publication date: 2018-01-29
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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“The movie I should be making is the making of this movie. This is the stuff that comedy is made of.”

Beloved political cartoonist Dov Fedler had the opportunity in the 1980s to make a lifelong dream come true: Directing a movie. Not that he had a clue how to - but he wasn't about to let that stop him.
A laugh-out-loud story of pitfalls follows: One with a largely imaginary but very serious language barrier, suspicions of criminal activity including one with a Mexican stand-off, and where Dov has no idea the apartheid government is subsidising the film, Timer Joe 3.
This memoir dives into pop culture past and present, and tales of real people who manage to be larger than life. It also gives a funny, moving portrait of Dov and his family vying to dictate what he can do with his life as a good Jewish son.
Publication date: 2020-08-01
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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The only book to tell the fascinating stories behind McCurry's most iconic photographs. It explores the travels, methods, and magic that gave birth to his evocative images, delving deep into the true stories behind McCurry's most important assignments for National Geographic and beyond - including his reunion with the now-legendary 'Afghan Girl'. Each story includes McCurry's first- hand account alongside specially commissioned essays, ephemera, and personal photographs from his private archive. Featuring beautiful reproductions of McCurry's photographs spanning a broad range of themes and subjects and ephemera such as snapshots, journal extracts, maps, and newspaper clippings, Steve McCurry Untold is a living biography of one of the most imaginative documentary photographers working today.
Publication date: 2018-09-30
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Hidden motifs, references, background details, set design, cameos, crossovers, inspirations and oddities in the history of cinema.
Publication date: 2019-09-30
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Publication date: 2019-10-01
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Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Photography / Fotografie

Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction  -  Photography / Fotografie
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Through Positive Eyes is a collaborative photo-storytelling project by 130 people living with HIV and AIDS around the world. This global photographic collaboration with Gideon Mendel and the UCLA Art & Global Health Center chronicles a very particular moment in the epidemic when effective treatment is available but far from universal, and the enduring stigma associated with HIV and AIDS has become entrenched. Through Positive Eyes addresses this stigma, social inequality, and limited access to medication through the voices of those experiencing it. The participants in the project have volunteered to tell their stories and create their own artistic statements, empowering themselves in order to banish stigma.
Publication date: 2020-02-28

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