This is the making of 2010's The Sorcerer's Apprentice, directed by Jon Tureltaub, starring Nicolas Cage.
In case you don't know, The Sorcerer's Apprentice is actually the English name of a poem by Goethe written in 1797, as I found out from this book and on wikipedia. And then there's that animated short starring Mickey Mouse which also goes by the same title. Alright, there's a picture (or two) of Mickey and Walt Disney, some history written but that's about all. This 2010 movie isn't anything related to that animated short except for an inclusion of a scene which pays homepage to it.
This book lacks much of the behind-the-scenes photos I was expecting, and I'm not referring to photos of cameramen at work. While they can explain how the effects were created, the photos included are oftentimes film stills and not production shots. Production shots, a series of them, would have been more helpful and interesting.
The concept illustrations and set designs included didn't really wow me. There are some cool pieces but generally they seem too safe -- is it because this is a Disney movie?