Photography art book

Explore a collection of photography art books that will inspire your creativity and take your love for photography to new heights. Discover stunning images and insightful narratives that will transport you to different worlds.
MEMORIES BY MILLIE- Branding & Editorial Design Memories, Film Posters, Social Media, Design, Photobook Design, Nostalgic, Photo Book, Movie Posters, Social Media Design

MEMORIES by Millie is a photo memory book service. I wanted the brand to feel nostalgic & almost hazy. For that personal touch, I included a script font, keeping everything else simple, letting the photography be the focus. #branddesigner #editorialdesign #minimalbranding #minimaldesign #nostalgicbranding #brandphotography #photobookdesign

haley ⁕ brand designer
Web Design, Layout, Booklet Design, Book And Magazine Design, Magazine Layout Design, Brand Book, Publication Design, Book Editorial Design, Portfolio Book

The Paris-based design studio founded by Thomas Bizzarri and Alain Rodriguez discuss its collaborative practice centred on book design and typography. Not to mention how “all [their] artistic influences comes from the world of design and design history."

These sketchbook pages are part of the research and planning in an A Level Photography project exploring the theme ‘Hidden Identity’. The inclusion of test strips is beneficial (even in digital photography these can be produced, testing different contrast, lighting and colour filters that have been applied to an image); images are neatly trimmed and positioned on the pages. Articulate, well-reasoned annotation adds to the sharp, clean presentation style. Inspiration, High School, Degree Sketchbook, Photography Sketchbook, Photography Portfolio, Photography Journal, Artist Research Page, A Level Art Sketchbook, Book Photography

Many high school Photography students are unsure how to present printed photographic images in a creative and visually appealing way. This article provides photographysketchbook examples to help motivate and inspire high school students.

Stephanie Nateras