Photographing Children and Babies: How to Take Great Pictures (Aug., $24.95) by Michal Heron teaches how to portray the essence of kids. Advertising.
The Art of Digital Wedding Photography: Professional Techniques with Style (Apr., $29.95) by Bambi Cantrell and Skip Cohen covers both the art and the business.
ARGENTUM (dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Switch to Digital: Discover the Exciting World of Digital Photography (Apr., $30) by William Cheung removes the stumbling blocks to learning the new technology.
AVA PUBLISHING (dist. by Sterling)
The Fundamentals of Photography (Mar., $24.95) by Helen Drew introduces the key elements of using conventional and digital cameras.
Everything I Ate (July, $14.95) by Tucker Shaw. Shaw photographed every single morsel he ate over the course of a year in this homage to food. Advertising. Author tour.
Faithful Departed: The Dublin of James Joyce's Ulysses (Apr., $26.95) by Kieran Hickey collects long-lost images by Robert French from the National Library of Ireland.
F&W/DAVID & CHARLES
Lee Frost's Panoramic Photography (Apr., $29.99) by Lee Frost includes lessons on composition and troubleshooting tips. Advertising.
Color Country: Touring the Colorado Plateau (Apr., $19.95) by Susan M. Neider captures 19 parks and national monuments in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.
Valley of the Dunes: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve (May, $19.95) by Audrey Benedict, photos by Wendy Shattil and Bob Rozinski, takes an intimate look at the spectacular Colorado site. Ad/promo.
Mesa Verde National Park: The First Century (May; $16.95, cloth $22.95) by Rose Hauk is both a keepsake and a source of information. Ad/promo.
In Focus: Paul Strand: Photographs from the J. Paul Getty Museum (May) by Anne M. Lyden and
...Edward Weston... (June, $17.50 each) by Brett Abbott are complete with commentaries on each featured work.
Magic Lantern Guides: Canon EOS 20D (Mar., $19.95) by Rob Sheppard shows owners how to make the most of their camera equipment.
MANDALA PUBLISHING (dist. by Ten Speed Press)
Shots: An American Photographer's Journal 1967—1972 (Apr., $29.95) by David Fenton. Black-and-white photos record historical events such as the Chicago 7 conspiracy trial, a Black Panther rally and the Central Park Be-in; an Earth Aware Editions book. Author tour.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Books
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: Travel (Apr., $21.95) by Robert Caputo helps nonprofessionals improve photographic images taken abroad and at home. 25,000 first printing. Author tour.
PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS
Plates and Dishes: The Food and Faces of the Roadside Diner (May, $16.95) by Stephen Schacher treks from a Jersey joint to a clambake shack on the Pacific Ocean.
The Art of Garden Photography (Mar., $24.95) by Ian Adams deals with everything from selecting the right equipment to starting a garden photography business.
UNIV. OF ARIZONA PRESS
Beyond the Reach of Time and Change: Native Americans Speak to the Frank A. Rinehart Photograph Collection (Mar.; $24.95, cloth $50) by Simon J. Ortiz reproduces 100 respectful images from the 1898 Indian Congress.
UNIV. OF NEW MEXICO PRESS
Canyon Spirits: Beauty and Power in the Ancestral Puebloan World (June, $24.95) by John Ninnemann. Photos and essays depict the mesas of the Colorado Plateau with a history of their inhabitants.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
Bike Week at Daytona Beach: Bad Boys and Fancy Toys (Aug., $25) by Roby Page is a twin-cam appreciation of the huge Harley gathering.
Denver After Dark (May, $19.95) by Robert J. Anderson. Late-night cityscapes expose the heart and soul of the mile-high town.