Life in Color : National Geographic Photographs
A stunning, vibrant and engergetic celebration of photography and colour from National Geographic. With chapters that follow the flow of the rainbow, Life in Colour explores the world through magnificent, intriguing and revelatory photography. Colour can soothe us, colour can energise us, colour can even wow us, and as we all know, everyone has a favourite colour. Life in Colour is chock full of beautiful, amazing photographs - photographs guarenteed to make you look and smile - rganised chapter by chapter acording to their prediminant colour. With a rainbow of images and with meditations and evocative quotes about colour throughout, this eye-pleasing volume is sure to appeal to a wide variety of people.
- Hardback | 504 pages
- 258 x 262 x 40mm | 2,499.28g
- 15 Jan 2013
- National Geographic Society
- United States
- chiefly photographs (black and white, and colour)
"The world is a wonder of color. Remarkable images by National Geographic photographers entice us to take notice in a whole new way." --"House Beautiful" ."..these prismatic, brilliantly composed photographs are exuberant works of inquiry and art, adding up to a book of awe and inspirationthese prismatic, brilliantly composed."" --Booklist" "An exceptional picture-book... a chance to revel in colour and appreciate the kaleidoscope constantly around us." --"Daily Mail" "Sumptuous ...Anyone who likes colour, photography, travel, adventure or humanity in general (so that's everyone then) would enjoy Life in Colour and I know I'd be happy to find it under the tree!." --"Outdoor Photography Magazine" "This book is a fabulous example of the very best from National Geographic... Highly Recommended!" --"Hot Brands, Cool Places" "There seem to be two main concepts behind [this book]: 1.) There's a lot of color in the world. 2.) Nat Geo has great photographers." --Science Friday SciArt blog
About Annie Griffiths
Leah Bendavid-Val , Director of Photography Publishing for National Geographic Books, is the author of Propaganda & Dreams; Changing Reality; National Geographic: The Photographs; Stories on Paper & Glass, and most recently Song Without Words: The Photographs and Diaries of Countess Sophia Tolstoy. She has curated photography exhibitions for museums worldwide.