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    Available in: NOOK Book (eBook), Paperback, Hardcover, Audiobook. The controversial story of Chanel, the twentieth century's foremost fashion icon Revolutionizing women's dress, Gabrielle Coco' Chanel was the twentieth century's most influential designer. Her extrao
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    A list of 19 examples of beautiful book cover design for graphic and Web designers.
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  • Browns 40 Years of Fashion Book by Isaac Lock
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    A limited edition of the first ever Browns book 'Browns – 40 Years of Fashion' with images shot by fashion photographer Paolo Roversi and a forward by designer Ralph Lauren. This beautiful keepsake includes fashion images of Natalia Vodianova, John Galliano, Amanda Harlech, Alber Elbaz of Lanvin and more, including interviews from ambassadors that have worked with Browns over the years. This item can only be delivered in the UK.
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    Kinfolk magazine sets itself apart by emphasizing a laid-back philosophy to dining and entertaining with little or no how-to information. The Publication's title hints at its subject matter: entertaining, food, drink and community, all presented through lush photographs, essays and stylish art direction. Editor Nathan Williams collaborates with over 50 artists—photographers, illustrators, writers, and designers—to produce the quarterly publication, which is printed in the USA.
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    frankie Magazine is an Australian bi-monthly with a difference. A niche-style title with mainstream appeal – filled with fashion, art, craft, music, cuteness and real-life inspiration – frankie is dedicated to uncovering the newest trends, celebrating the latest creative talents and delivering sharp, honest, laugh-out-loud stories their readers can relate to.
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    After a couple of aborted attempts to go out and shoot the latest ocean entry on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, I had a last minute chance to head out and take another tour with Bruce Omori and Tom Kuali'i of Extreme Exposure Gallery and Photo Tours. It was the experience of a lifetime. If you've ever thought about going to see this most incredible spectacle, NOW is the time, and these are the guys to call. Reasons why you should hire Bruce and Tom to take you out to the flow: 1) It's RAGING right now. GREAT lava action. One thing I learned a couple of years ago is that you never know when Pele is going to take a nap and stop the flow from entering the sea. The last one lasted for almost two years. 2) If you think you know how to shoot lava.... you don't. At least you don't if you are a hack like me. The challenges are unique to lava shooting, and not at all obvious is you are used to shooting "regular" landscapes. It would be a pity to spend all the time, money, and effort to get out there to shoot the lava and then completely botch it. Bruce and Tom are out on the flow almost every day, and they know what they are talking about when it comes to making good photographs of the ocean entry. If you doubt what I say, go take a look at their gallery in downtown Hilo. You will be convinced that these are the guys you want giving you advice on how to shoot what is a fickle, difficult, and rather dangerous subject. 3) Speaking of dangers... the hazards on "the bench" are real, and not obvious is you don't know what you are looking for. Over several days of observing the flow, I saw several strong candidates for this years Darwin Awards. People who put themselves in extremely dangerous situations, and didn't have the foggiest idea of the risks. Bruce and Tom have been out on the flow for years, day in and day out. Although it's never going to be perfectly safe, they will make sure that threats are minimized and controlled to the highest extent possible. 4) You become family. It's been a couple of years since I first hired Extreme Exposure to take me out to the flow, and I am proud and privileged to call Bruce and Tom my friends. You can't go 20 feet in Hilo without someone stopping them to say "Howzit". In all my considerable years, I'm not sure that I have met two nicer guys. I look forward to a lifetime of friendship with these gentleman. 5) To access the flow, you need to cross private property. The punishment for getting caught sneaking across the lava field is expensive both in $$ and time served. You can hire other guides to take you out, but most of them are not photographers. If you want to make good images, Extreme Exposure is far and away the best way to give yourself the best chance to come home with some "keepers". Don't take my word for it, but the list of clients who contact Bruce and Tom to guide them to the flow is a "who's who" of photography. It would be tacky to post their names here, but the heavy hitters from professional photographers to equipment reps call Extreme Exposure. Bruce and Tom will probably be embarrassed by this post, but I don't know if it would be possible to recommend an experience more highly than a photo tour with these guys. Ryan Dyar and I had the experience of a lifetime. My images will never stand up to the work of these pros and I hope I don't let them down by posting a few, but they will serve as wonderful placeholders to the most amazing thing I've ever seen. I love you guys. "Thanks" will never cover it.
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