Best Teen & Young Adult Photography Books
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1. Digital Filmmaking For Kids For Dummies
Author: by Nick Willoughby
The easy way for kids to get started with filmmaking If you’ve been bitten by the filmmaking bugeven if you don’t have a background in video or access to fancy equipmentDigital Filmmaking For Kids makes it easy to get up and running with digital filmmaking!
This fun and friendly guide walks you through a ton of cool projects that introduce you to all stages of filmmaking. Packed with full-color photos, easy-to-follow instruction, and simple examples, it shows you how to write a script, create a storyboard, pick a set, light a scene, master top-quality sound, frame and shoot, edit, add special effects, and share your finished product with friends or a global audience.
Anyone can take a selfie or upload a silly video to YouTubebut it takes practice and skill to shoot professional-looking frames and make your own short film. Written by a film and video professional who has taught hundreds of students, this kid-accessible guide provides you with hands-on projects that make it fun to learn all aspects of video production, from planning to scripting to filming to editing.
2. Lincoln: A Photobiography (Houghton Mifflin social studies)
Author: by Russell Freedman
In this gripping account of the boyhood, marriage, and young professional life of Abraham Lincoln, award-winning writer Russell Freedman brings to life the presidential years, scholarly thoughts and reflections of the Civil War president. Winner of the 1988 Newbery Medal. This 1988 Newbery Medal-winning biography of our Civil War president is warm, appealing, and illustrated with dozens of carefully chosen photographs and prints.
Russell Freedman begins with a lively account of Abraham Lincoln’s boyhood, his career as a country lawyer, and his courtship and marriage to Mary Todd. Then the author focuses on the presidential years (1861 to 1865), skillfully explaining the many complex issues Lincoln grappled with as he led a deeply divided nation through the Civil War.
The book’s final chapter is a moving account of that tragic evening in Ford’s Theatre on April 14, 1865. Additional content includes a sampling of Lincoln’s writings and a detailed list of Lincoln historical sites.
Author: by Zayn
The first and only official book from ZAYN. Global superstar ZAYN shares a photographic journey of his life since leaving One Direction.”This book is my diary of a period that I would like to share with you all. I hope that there are things in the book that contextualise some of the moments and memories we have all shared together.
There are things I address in the book that are very personal to me, things that I have never told anyone, things I still find hard to talk about. It’s a part of a journey I’m still on.”ZAYNThe Instant New York Times Bestseller!
ZAYN opens up with this collection of thoughts, inspiration, and never-before-seen personal photographs. After five years of massive success with One Direction, ZAYN launched his career as a solo artist with Mind of Mine, becoming one of the most successful artists in the world.
Now, for the first time ever, ZAYN is going to tell and show all in this intimate and raw scrapbook of his life. Never-before-released photos give readers insight to ZAYN, no-holds-barred. Gorgeously designed with hundreds of full-color photographs and ZAYN’s notes, drawings, song lyrics, and personal stories, the book captures ZAYN’s most private moments and his candid feelings on fame, success, music, and life.
Author: by Mary Kate Olsen
Prepublication Press Release: “Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, known around the world for their individual, unique style have emerged as two of our shared culture’s most influential women. In the pages of Influence, Ashley and Mary-Kate take readers on a journey through their celebrated young lives, pausing to reflect on what has helped shape them into who they are today.
Influence will be filled with never-before-seen photographs from Ashley and Mary-Kate’s private collections, pages of original material by Ashley and Mary-Kate, and interviews with some of the most influential tastemakers in the world. Internationally famous photographer Rankin shot the cover image and many interior shots.
The book is designed by renowned book-designer Rodrigo Corral and edited by fashion and arts writer Derek Blasberg. Influence has 4 major sections: Fashion, Environment, Art and Giving Back, as well as an introduction and conclusion. This category-breaking book will show that with an open mind and a little bit of curiosity, everyone can have INFLUENCE.”
5. 3Doodler "What Will You Create? Project Book
Author: by WobbleWorks (HK) Ltd
Want to create with your 3Doodler but not sure where to start? This book will guide you through the basics of how to use your 3Doodler 3D printing pen and take you on a journey all the way from beginner to master doodler!
Kick things off with our special 3Doodler boot camp to take your skills to the next level and prepare you for the 26 exciting step-by-step projects accompanied by over 80 pages of high quality photo images that follow.Read more Read less
Photographic: The Life of Graciela Iturbide
Author: by Isabel Quintero
A 2018 Boston Globe Horn Book Nonfiction Award Winner and a 2018 Moonbeam Children’s Books Gold Award Winner! Graciela Iturbide was born in Mexico City in 1942, the oldest of 13 children. When tragedy struck Iturbide as a young mother, she turned to photography for solace and understanding.
From then on Iturbide embarked on a photographic journey that has taken her throughout her native Mexico, from the Sonora Desert to Juchitn to Frida Kahlo’s bathroom, to the United States, India, and beyond. Photographic is a symbolic, poetic, and deeply personal graphic biography of this iconic photographer.
Iturbide’s journey will excite readers of all ages as well as budding photographers, who will be inspired by her resolve, talent, and curiosity.
7. What Have You Lost?
Author: by Naomi Shihab Nye
What have you lost?A friend?A brother?A wallet?A memory?A meaning?A year? Each NightImages,dream news,fragments,flashthen fade. These darkened walls.Here, I say. Climb intothis story.Be remembered! Jay Bremyer 00-01 Tayshas High School Reading List Notable Children’s Trade Books in the Field of Social Studies 2000, National Council for SS & Child.
Book Council, 2000 Best Books for Young Adults (ALA), 00 Riverbank Review Magazine’s Children’s Books of Distinction Award Nominations, Winner 2000 Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award, and 01 Riverbank Review Magazine’s Children’s Books of Distinction Award Nominations
8. Perfect Little Flaws
Author: by Jennifer Ann Shore
2017 (June 17, 2021)
It’s impossible to ignore Vince Novak. He’s all anyone can talk aboutspeculating on the reason for his transfer to our school, celebrating his future career as a soccer star, or gushing over how tall, dark, and handsome he is. Even my parents mention him in hushed, angry whispers, fearful he’s going to shatter my brother’s records and destroy the legacy left behind when he died.
However, I avoid Vince Novak at all costs, hiding from him and the rest of the world behind my camera lens. But my best laid plansand photosare nearly ruined when my tangible disinterest in his existence intrigues him. The more time we spend together, the more his little flaws peek out beneath the layers of perfection and break down the walls I’ve built around my heart.
9. LIFE: Our Century in Pictures for Young People
Author: by Richard B. Stolley
Drawing on more than 350 photos from LIFE Magazine, a look back at the last century captures the most important events of this time and includes essays from nine notable children’s authors. 250,000 first printing.
10. Dan Eldon: Safari as a Way of Life
Author: by Jennifer New
Photojournalist Dan Eldon left behind much more than the astonishing illustrated journals that would form The Journey is the Destination when he lost his life at age twenty-two while on assignment in Somalia. He also bequeathed a life story that has inspired students, teachers, artists, and creative activistsas well as a forthcoming film, an apparel line, and the Spring 2011 collection from Tom’s Shoes.
Raised in Kenya, Dan grew up with a unique outlook on life. Through adventurous safaris and benevolent crusades around the world, he crafted a philosophy of curiosity, creativity, and charity. This unique visual biography showcases previously unpublished artwork from Dan’s acclaimed journals, letters, and snapshots that takes readers on a journey through Dan’s life and beyond, exploring the impact made by this remarkable artist on everyone who has encountered his story.
11. The Dust Bowl Through the Lens: How Photography Revealed and Helped Remedy a National Disaster
Author: by Martin W. Sandler
Bloomsbury USA Childrens
The Dust Bowl was a time of hardship and environmental and economic disaster. More than 100 million acres of land had turned to dust, causing hundreds of thousands of people to seek new homes and opportunities thousands of miles away, while millions more chose to stay and battle nature to save their land.
FDR’s army of photographers took to the roads to document this national crisis. Their pictures spoke a thousand words, and a new form of storytelling- photojournalism-was born. With the help of iconic photographs from Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Arthur Rothstein, and many more, Martin Sandler tells the story of a nation as it endured its darkest days and the extraordinary courage and spirit of those who survived.
12. Digital Photography for Teens
Author: by Marc Campbell
Cengage Learning PTR
Don’t be fooled by the title. Digital Photography for Teens doesn’t make a half-hearted attempt at teaching the fundamentals of digital photography. It doesn’t stop at the basics and it doesn’t assume that as a teen, you aren’t capable of tackling advanced topics.
Instead, it focuses on the things that teens want to get out of digital photography. Photography is a technical field, and this book covers numerous aspects of shooting great photographs. Each chapter builds upon skills developed in the previous chapters, following the natural process of digital photography: setting up the shot, taking the picture, transferring it to your computer, editing it, and prepping it for the screen or print.
If you’re ready to progress beyond snapping simple pictures, then your journey starts here!
13. Project Semicolon: Your Story Isn't Over
Author: by Amy Bleuel
September 5, 2017
For fans of PostSecret, Humans of New York, and If You Feel Too Much, this collection from suicide-awareness organization Project Semicolon features stories and photos from those struggling with mental illness. Project Semicolon began in 2013 to spread a message of hope: No one struggling with a mental illness is alone; you, too, can survive and live a life filled with joy and love.
In support of the project and its message, thousands of people all over the world have gotten semicolon tattoos and shared photos of them, often alongside stories of hardship, growth, and rebirth. Project Semicolon: Your Story Isn’t Over reveals dozens of new portraits and stories from people of all ages talking about what they have endured and what they want for their futures.
This represents a new step in the movement and a new awareness around those who struggle with mental illness and those who support them. At once heartfelt, unflinchingly honest, and eternally hopeful, this collection tells a story of choice: every day you choose to live and let your story continue on.
14. This Is 18
Author: by Jessica Bennett
Harry N. Abrams
A stunning celebration of girlhood around the world, from the New York Times Featuring and photographed by young women, This Is 18 is an immersive look at what it means to be on the cusp of adulthood around the world and across cultures.
Twenty-two empowering and uniquely personal profiles, expanded from the New York Times interactive feature and curated by Gender Editor Jessica Bennett, with Sandra Stevenson, Anya Strzemien, and Sharon Attia, give teen readers a rare glimpse at the realities and interests of their contemporaries.
With stunning photography and a gifty design, This Is 18 is a perfect tribute to girlhood for readers of all ages.