Charles O'Rear has done it again with his seventh photography book on wines and wine country
Charles O'Rear has done it again with his seventh photography book on wines and wine country. His beautiful new book sweeps the viewer up on a breathtaking photographic journey that shows us the stunningly gorgeous vistas of wine country, behind-the-scenes of winemaking, and the ethos of it all. This time his camera's reach goes around the world to Chile, Italy, New Zealand, France, United States, Portugal, Australia, South Africa, and Germany, the powerful images drawing us in as a witness to winemaking history.
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Charles O’Rear, a highly regarded photographer for National Geographic, offers a captivating selection of images that dramatically .
Charles O’Rear, a highly regarded photographer for National Geographic, offers a captivating selection of images that dramatically showcase the differences among the international array of landscapes, vineyards, wines, and winemaking. An enlightening narrative, written by a well-traveled wine expert, brings to life the story behind the photos.
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Wine Places: The Land, the Wine, the People by David Furer and Charles O'Rear (2005). Beautiful Wineries by Charles O'Rear and Thom Elkjer (2005). Wine Aross America: A Photographic Road Trip by Charles O'Rear and Daphne Larkin (2007). Younger, Carolyn (2010-01-18). Windows XP desktop screen is a Napa image". Napa Valley Register. Retrieved 2010-01-18. "Biography, Charles O'Rear".
O'Rear became interested in wine photography and shifted his base to the valley to photograph the region. Wine Places: The Land, the Wine, the People (2005) co-authored with David Furer. Wine Across America: A Photographic Road Trip (2007) co-authored with Daphne Larkin. In 1985, he traveled to Indonesia for another assignment for the magazine where he carried 500 rolls of film and took 15,000 photos. O'Rear has appeared on National Geographic magazine's cover twice: once as "Bird Man" flying an ultralight aircraft and later for the other photograph shown him holding a computer chip in his hand.
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O'Rear has written, produced and photographed 10 books about wine and wine regions since 1989 Wine Places: The Land, the Wine, the People (2005) co-authored with David Furer.
O'Rear has written, produced and photographed 10 books about wine and wine regions since 1989 Napa Valley (1989). Fodor's Wine Country (1995). Cabernet: A Photographic Journey from Vine to Wine (1998) co-authored with Michael Creedman, Foreword by Robert Mondavi. Beringer's Rhine House (2009) co-authored with Daphne Larkin. Napa Valley: The Land, The Wine, The People (2011).
Charles O'Rear's life and subsequent publications spawned from a National Geographic assignment that sent .
Charles O'Rear's life and subsequent publications spawned from a National Geographic assignment that sent him to Napa almost thirty years ago. His latest offering will take you behind the scenes and into the vineyards of the regions wine industry. Through his lens, O'Rear offers us a chance to see what many of the local tours do not offer. His photography documents the people as well as the land, behind the scene shots of wine makers at work and unique portraits of over sixty of the land's independent growers