Night photography of New Zealand scenes and landscapes, combined with pithy proverbs and quotes. Featuring rural and suburban settings from around the country, this is the first book of night photos to be published in NZ. As well as full colour moonlight, strong use is made of street lighting, car lights, torchlight and flash... read more
Wellington is hailed as the best little capital city in the world - it is the southernmost capital and is known for its friendly atmosphere. The heart of the city is compact, walkable and alive with restaurants and cafes that give a welcome with stylish a la carte dining and pavement outdoor casual fare. It boasts more bars, ... read more
A visual feast of all things Wellingtonian. 120 beautifully illustrated pages with all the facts about the capital at your fingertips. A superb gift for visitors and locals alike.
This is a beautiful commemorative book of the most significant heritage buildings/precincts or landmarks of Christchurch that have been lost or badly damaged in the earthquakes. It is a true celebration of Christchurch, the way it used to be, and covers the history of each building/area, its architectural context, a number of... read more
The Coromandel brings together the talents of Robin Morrison, who until his untimely death in 1993 was New Zealand's most distinguished documentary photographer, and the insights of Michael King, one of the country's best-known writers and historians. The result of this collaboration is an arresting and moving evocation ... read more
Content includes: * Prelude to a disaster - What Christchurch was doing on February 22. How the debate of the September 4/Boxing Day quakes was continuing, how those events had shaped lives. *The Event - First hand accounts, the effect on buildings/people. How different areas of the city were affected - Lyttelton/Sumner/... read more
New Zealand: Eye on the Landscape is a new book of high-quality landscape photography aimed at the top end of the New Zealand pictorial book market. The distinguishing feature of this book is that the images used will not be the work of one photographer,but rather a collection of the best images from a wide range of landscape... read more
Small format. Originally published 1997. This book takes an appealing, informal look at New Zealand through the lens of German photographer Karl Johaentges. It is a completely revised and updated new edition of the best-selling Pictures from New Zealand, originally published in 1997 by Craig Potton Publishing. Karl Johaentges... read more
|Author:||Verena & Georg Popp|
New Zealand Journey is a collection of stunning New Zealand photographs presenting a genuinely fresh and original view of the New Zealand landscape. With so many photographers at work in this country, this is a surprisingly difficult task, rarely achieved. Austrian photographers Georg Popp and Verena Hacker have managed this,... read more
Steve Bolt is a photographer with a vision-a vision of landscape beauty, of solitude, of remoteness still touched with small signs of our human presence in this, our living land. He travels New Zealand with (and usually in!) the ever-faithful Gruffy - a Nissan SUV with a distinct personality to find just such places, to photo... read more
This is a newly-introduced mini version of the revised Andris Apse New Zealand Landscapes - a pictorial photography book which has been revised and refreshed since its first publication in 1994. The book has been produced as a quality New Zealand pictorial memento.
Andris Apse, is without doubt, New Zealand’s finest panoramic landscape photographer. He has an international reputation for his finely crafted images, characterised by their intense colour and light. In New Zealand Horizons he presents another collection of his New Zealand photographs. Here the spaciousness of this cou... read more
The beauty of New Zealand's rural landscape is often overshadowed by the grander and more iconic wilderness scenery that is used to market us internationally. Yet, as rural people have always known, no-one travelling through New Zealand can avoid being struck by how attractive and appealing so much of our farmed countryside a... read more
Though many have predicted it, postcards have not been killed off by the digital world, and remain very popular with tourists. People still enjoy a straightforward, tangible portrayal of the places they visit and the things they do as tourists. Postcards from New Zealand aims to translate the popularity of postcards into book... read more
|Author:||Shaun Barnett & Rob Brown & Geoff Spearpoint|
One of the defining and unique features of the New Zealand outdoors is the backcountry hut. New Zealand has a remarkably diverse network of these huts, unparalleled anywhere else in the world, and for those who venture into our wild places there is often a passionate attachment to these humble structures. Shelter from the Sto... read more
No one can fail to be impressed by the latest books published by our own publishing house Craig Potton Publishing. Shelter From the Storm by Shaun Barnett, Rob Brown and Geoff Spearpoint is another labour of love, like Selling the Dream, which I wrote about last month. It's a magnificent volume about New Zealand's back-countr... read more
|Author:||Peter (Peter James) Quinn|
for more than 2 decades, New Zealand's preeminent social documentary photographer has documented New Zealand life, leisure and industry. His moving visual studies have provided a view of New Zealand in cross-section and defined New Zealand society. Images are of profound humanity, of pride, sadness, unbridled joy. And in eac... read more
|Author:||Gareth Ayres, Robyn Langwell|
A Photographic journey of discovery through Aotearoa.
This guide book to the Otago Rail Trail will take your breath away. Stunning scenery, interesting and important historical information, a book of memories for those who live in the area or who have travelled the trail, and invaluable current information for those planning or thinking about cycling, walking or riding the Otag... read more
|Author:||Antonia Steeg (photos) & Philip Temple|
Many know New Zealand's High Country for its beautiful scenery, yet few have experienced the day-to-day life of the men, women and children who live in these remote regions.
Nature photographer Antonia Steig began her work documenting the High Country in 2008, when she was invited to attend the last muster at historic ... read more