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Children's Portrait Photography: A Photojournalistic Approach
Children's Portrait Photography: A Photojournalistic Approach
by Kevin Newsome
Edition: Paperback
Price: $26.33
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Newsome's Studio, top notch all the way!, January 30, 2008
From the moment you walk in the door, Newsome's Studio, Kevin & Kaye Newsome make parents and children a like feel as if they are part of the family.

This comprehensive guide to children's portraiture gives its readers a glimpse into the creative mind and techniques of this master photographer. Kevin and his wife Kaye began their lifelong passion and trade over three decades ago. Today, Kevin and Kaye own and operate a first class portrait studio in Tampa, Florida.

Do yourself a favor and make this book a part of your collection. Kevin's images jump off the page with humanity and natural childhood beauty that most photographers only desire to capture. And, behind every great man, there is an even better woman! Kaye's ability to "wrangle" children at a portrait session is legendary! To witness Kevin and Kaye in action is truly a testament to all of us who aspire to achieve photographic excellence.


Romancing the Clock (NetEffect Series)
Romancing the Clock (NetEffect Series)
by Marvin Karlins
Edition: Paperback
61 used & new from $0.01

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Read this book, April 26, 2005
And if you take his course at the University of South Florida, it is required material.

I passed this book along to a dear friend of mine and he learned several valuable lessons from the twelve chapters featured in this concise and pertinent book.

Dr. Marvin Karlins's words leap off the pages! Enjoy.


The Cold Road
The Cold Road
by Rick Wilber
Edition: Hardcover
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Warm Gifts from Dr. Rick Wilber, April 26, 2005
This review is from: The Cold Road (Hardcover)
Cold, as defined by the Oxford American dictionary, is a lack of heat or an item that is faint because it is no longer fresh. Melissa O'Malley experiences an undeniable internal chill throughout "The Cold Road" by Dr. Rick Wilber. Participating in Dr. Wilber's class and journeying along "The Cold Road" proved to be an exciting excursion.

This is a powerful novel.

Supreme contrast of hot and cold is evident.

Dr. Wilber's ability to capture a teenager's inner personality transcends his knowledge of his audience. Wilber commissions individuals to search for the truth. Melissa O'Malley searches for her own personal truth by seeking her authentic reality. In "The Cold Road" Melchoir O'Malley, brought supposedly warm gifts to his daughter Melissa in the wintry north. On the other hand, Dr. Rick Wilber brings zealous gifts of education and awareness to his readers in the cold world in which we live.

Patrick J. Burley


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