Little Humans and other Photography Books

Photography Books

If you haven’t yet, you should check out Humans of New York. It’s a personal project by Brandon Stanton who portrays regular people with incredible insight. The companion book to the original Humans of New York, this one features the kids and their thoughts and expressions.

Little Humans deftly shows the candid thoughts of  kids and how their personalities are at once similar and so unique. It just came out yesterday so we thought it’s the perfect time to highlight a few of our favorite photography books.

Little Humans by Brandon StantonLittle Humans by Brandon Stanton

Little humans are brave and bold, creative and curious, stylish and sweet. Each little human is perfectly unique. From the creator of the #1 “New York Times” bestseller “Humans of New York, ” based on the wildly popular blog, comes a heartwarming ode to the littlest humans everywhere.



Paris in Color by Nichole RobertsonParis in Color by Nichole Robertson

Compiled by photographer and blogger Nichole Robertson, PARIS IN COLOR is a journey through the world’s most romantic city, colour by magnificent colour.

At once a work of art and a window into the heart of Paris, these vibrant photographs will surprise and delight anyone who loves the City of Light.


National Geographic, the Photographs coverNational Geographic, the Photographs by Leah Bendavid-Val

The classic collection of award-winning “National Geographic” photographs that chronicles the Society’s rise as a photographic powerhouse still feels fresh 20 years later. 

Beautiful and telling photos that capture the world.

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