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The Circular Economy: DSLR Cameras By Miranda Madden et al.
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When looking into different forms of technology, it is important to keep in mind the environmental impact of the products we use. In this book, we examine the life of a DSLR Canon camera. We begin by... More > looking at its raw materials and their origins, following it thorugh its construction, during its use, and to its eventual destruction and disposal. From its beginning to its end, the impact of Canon’s DSLR models will be detailed from the perspective of the circular economy.< Less
Photography and Camera: Learning for Kids By Bill Stonehem
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Photography has been found to be very beneficial when it comes to children and learning. They are able to learn a new skill, influence their presentation skills, increase creativity and self esteem... More > as well as give them an opportunity to be creative. New technologies have allowed children to become involved in photography easily and at little cost to parents or guardians. There have been cameras specially designed for children to use in capturing the perfect picture.< Less
Sparky and the Waarheid Camera By Stephen DeLuca
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Sparky and the Waarheid Camera is a darkly comic tale of oddballs, subterfuge, selfishness and disappointment, which contrast with the title character’s charming innocence. The novel follows... More > Sparky Donnelly, a ten-year-old boy whose superficially idyllic home life is about to shatter. Sparky is aware that something is wrong—a feeling which he experiences as a vague, indefinable dissatisfaction and naively attributes to his television-fueled perception that other people are living far more fun and exciting lives than he is. This idea obsesses Sparky and triggers an extraordinary dream of an entire day. Armed with several hundred dollars and a special camera that purportedly reveals the true essence of things rather than their outward appearance, Sparky gets a taste of a wide spectrum of dysfunctional and perverse adults in his travels. The conversations that ensue from these surreal encounters serve up slyly ironic and raunchy humor, including some unwittingly sardonic observations by Sparky himself.< Less
Sparky and the Waarheid Camera By Stephen DeLuca
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Sparky and the Waarheid Camera is a darkly comic tale of oddballs, subterfuge, selfishness and disappointment, which contrast with the title character’s charming innocence. The novel follows... More > Sparky Donnelly, a ten-year-old boy whose superficially idyllic home life is about to shatter. Sparky is aware that something is wrong—a feeling which he experiences as a vague, indefinable dissatisfaction and naively attributes to his television-fueled perception that other people are living far more fun and exciting lives than he is. This idea obsesses Sparky and triggers an extraordinary dream of an entire day. Armed with several hundred dollars and a special camera that purportedly reveals the true essence of things rather than their outward appearance, Sparky gets a taste of a wide spectrum of dysfunctional and perverse adults in his travels. The conversations that ensue from these surreal encounters serve up slyly ironic and raunchy humor, including some unwittingly sardonic observations by Sparky himself.< Less
The Civil War Through the Camera By Henry William Elson
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The Civil War Through the Camera by Henry William Elson. Hundreds of Vivid Photographs actually Taken in Civil War Times. Includes Sixteen Reproductions in Color of Famous War Paintings. A Complete... More > Illustrated History of the Civil War. first published in 16 booklets, complete from 1861 to 1865. From bombardment of Fort Sumter to the Union Cavalry's triumphant victory parade down Pennsylvania Avenue, here is America's bloodiest and most dramatic struggle captured for eternity in hundreds of photographs and penetrating commentary. No historical narrative could, on its own, convey the grim bitterness and waste of this divisive war more graphically than these early photographs.< Less
Lights Camera Danielle By Danielle Miller
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Witnessing death. Surviving abuse. This is the true story of former model Danielle Miller. In her own words. On her way to uncovering hidden truths about the world. She found herself in some pretty... More > tumultuous relationships. Falling in love with two men at the same time certainly wasn't part of the plan! Her world was further turned upside down, when she experienced strange happenings that confirmed her longstanding belief in God; but if God is real. Then the devil must be too..right? A WORD FROM THE AUTHOR : This is my story minus the filters and soft focus. Just the unphotoshopped truth. I felt pushed into a life in front of the camera for reasons you'll find out in my book. I was on my way to becoming famous and spiralling out of control. When I chose to walk away from that life. To pursue a deeper, more meaningful path.< Less
Sparky and the Waarheid Camera By Stephen DeLuca
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Set in 1970, we follow Sparky Donnelly, a ten-year-old boy whose superficially idyllic home life is about to shatter. Sparky is aware that something is wrong—a feeling which he experiences as... More > an vague dissatisfaction and naively believes that other people are living far more fun and exciting lives. This idea obsesses Sparky and triggers an extraordinary dream of an entire day, during which he sets out through the neighborhoods of his city—at first, in a vain attempt to find his classmates, and later just to get home. Armed with a special camera that purportedly reveals the true essence of things, Sparky gets a taste of a wide spectrum of dysfunctional and perverse adults in his travels. The conversations that ensue from these encounters serve up slyly ironic and raunchy humor, including some unwittingly sardonic observations by Sparky himself. Sparky is given the opportunity to learn that adulthood has its own limitations and frustrations and that the fun and exciting life comes at a cost.< Less
Sparky and the Waarheid Camera By Stephen DeLuca
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Set in 1970, we follow Sparky Donnelly, a ten-year-old boy whose superficially idyllic home life is about to shatter. Sparky is aware that something is wrong—a feeling which he experiences as... More > an vague dissatisfaction and naively believes that other people are living far more fun and exciting lives. This idea obsesses Sparky and triggers an extraordinary dream of an entire day, during which he sets out through the neighborhoods of his city—at first, in a vain attempt to find his classmates, and later just to get home. Armed with a special camera that purportedly reveals the true essence of things, Sparky gets a taste of a wide spectrum of dysfunctional and perverse adults in his travels. The conversations that ensue from these encounters serve up slyly ironic and raunchy humor, including some unwittingly sardonic observations by Sparky himself. Sparky is given the opportunity to learn that adulthood has its own limitations and frustrations and that the fun and exciting life comes at a cost.< Less
The Camera Never Lies By Mike Fredman
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MEET WILLIE HALLIDAY - private eye. "A leader among the new wave of private dicks." the MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS called him. Willie doesn't drink, he doesn't smoke, and he prefers to stay... More > in nights studying his Buddhist manuscripts, but that doesn't mean he's a pushover. As the beautiful Mrs. Austin Reeves and her equally beautiful daughters find out. But then his Amazonian, young secretary, Phoebe who boxed for Roedean could have told them that! Set in Covent Garden in the Eighties, Willie's first adventure sees him caught up with the smart set - and the rough set in a story of blackmail and murder. The BUFFALO EVENING NEWS wrote, "Willie Halliday, who moves through clients and cases a la the late Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe. Tight writing and some good dialogue."< Less
The Camera Never Lies By Mike Fredman
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MEET WILLIE HALLIDAY - private eye. "A leader among the new wave of private dicks." the MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS called him. Willie doesn't drink, he doesn't smoke, and he prefers to... More > stay in nights studying his Buddhist manuscripts, but that doesn't mean he's a pushover. As the beautiful Mrs Austin Reeves and her equally beautiful daughters find out.But then his Amazonian, young secretary, Phoebe who boxed for Roedean could have told them that! Set in Covent Garden in the Eighties, Willie's first adventure sees him caught up with the smart set - and the rough set in a story of blackmail and murder. The BUFFALO EVENING NEWS wrote, "Willie Halliday, who moves through clients and cases a la the late Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe. Tight writing and some good dialogue." www.williehalliday.com < Less

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