Photography has opened up the doors to discover new things and to explore amazing places far away. Discover the world this World Photo Day with our friends at ACC Publishing and see through the lens of others in these four inspiring photo books. To celebrate photography, ACC Publishing is offering a 35% discount on these photo books and a range of other titles during August 2016. See the promotion details at the bottom of this page.
A pocket-sized book documenting brand new photos and the best photos from the popular series Abandoned Places 1, Abandoned Places 2 and Abandoned Places 3.
Abandoned Places coincides with the popular website, www.abandonedplaces.com and is overflowing with mysterious, yet beautiful photographs of parts of the world that appear to have been forgotten.
The Selous in Africa
The oldest and largest protected area, The Selous Game Reserve, is unlike any other on earth. Bigger than Switzerland and an undisturbed ecosystem, it teems with life – including one of the largest elephant populations remaining on the African continent. Rob Ross has spent the past four years photographing this vast and difficult to access reserve, with over 100,000 images to choose from, The Selous in Africa is a spectacular catalogue of the very best images, featuring breath-taking aerial photography, night photography and wildlife portraits and behaviour.
David Bowie’s untimely death sent shockwaves around the globe, as the world mourned one of the greatest showmen we’ve ever seen. Duffy Bowie features the photography by Brian Duffy, a defining photographer from the 1960s and 70s and one of the innovators of ‘documentary’ fashion photography. Brian Duffy was the man who captured the iconic and revolutionary cover of Bowie’s album Aladdin Sane, and this shot became the defining look of Bowie’s career – the ‘Mona Lisa of Pop’.
A true star captured by an iconic photographer; Duffy Bowie is a must-have book for photography and music lovers.
Published to coincide with the opening of ‘Exhibitionism’, a major exhibition at Saatchi Gallery London, Breaking Stones captures the youth, the times and the spirit of The Stones’ formative early years. Featuring photos captured by photography legends Terry O’Neill and Gered Mankowitz, this title features rare and unseen photos and contact sheets of the band.
Celebrate Photography and save 35% with ACC Publishing this August 2016
Get 35% off these photo books and many other titles online at accdistribution.com. Use the promo code WORLDPHOTODAY at checkout before 31st August 2016 to claim your discount.