Books - Kathleen T. Carr

Books by Kathleen T. Carr


Dolphins: Kindred Spirits

by Kathleen T. Carr

2015, self published

$35.00

A collection of 37 of Kathleen Carr's best dolphin photographs.

Order from Kathleen Carr


Polaroid Transfers: A Complete Visual Guide to Creating Image and Emulsion Transfers

by Kathleen Thormod Carr

"Whether you're an experienced hand or are just taking your first uncertain steps into this exciting new world of image and emulsion transfers, there's no better source for instruction and inspiration than Polaroid Transfers." --Polaroid's Test Magazine

Chosen as the "1997 Best Technical Title, Runner Up" by photo-eye Books and Prints. Amphoto Books, 1997

160 Pages, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches 232 color photographs

ISBN 0-8174-5554-X

$35.00 Out of Print, used copies available


Polaroid Manipulations: A Complete Visual Guide to Creating SX-70, Transfer and Digital Prints

by Kathleen Thormod Carr

"This is a companion volume to Carr's successful Polaroid Transfers: A Complete Visual Guide to Creating Image and Emulsion Transfers. Polaroid Manipulations expands on these themes and introduces the new possibilities available by manipulating Polaroid SX-70 film. Carr has responded to the explosion of consumer interest in digital imaging by including specific information for scanning, Photoshop enhancements, enlarging, and various options for printing the images digitally."

Amphoto Books, 2002

208 pages, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches

335 color photographs

ISBN 0-8174-5555-8

$29.95 Out of Print, can be ordered from Kathleen Carr


To Honor the Earth: Reflections on Living in Harmony with Nature

by Kathleen Thormod Carr and Dorothy Maclean

"Ever since The Findhorn Garden (Harper & Row) appeared in 1975, Dorothy Maclean's pioneering work of cooperation with spirits of the natural world coupled with Kathleen Thormod Carr's brilliant photography has attracted international attention. Now, in this richly illustrated work, they illuminate a part of life long unheard in our culture. These communications from the devas, or beings of nature, awaken the awareness in us that nature has intelligence and a spiritual dimension that we all can share. The nature kingdom holds out to humanity an invitation and a promise to work in conscious cooperation. Illustrated with color photographs from around the world, To Honor the Earth explores some of the most important questions of our time: What is our responsibility in maintaining a balanced ecology? What does proper stewardship of the Earth entail? What can we, as individuals, do to cooperate with nature? What have we to learn from the innate "intelligence" of nature?"

HarperSanFrancisco, 1991, Spanish & Japanese editions, 1997

128 pages, 11 x 8 1/2 inches

57 photographs

ISBN 0-06-250599-8

$17.95 Out of Print, can be ordered from Kathleen Carr


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