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Louis Dazy Funds Self-Published Dreams on Technicolor Photo Book

Paris-based Louis Dazy, a long time favorite of the film photography community for his dreamy and nostalgic imagery, has finally put together his first self-published photo book. If you've long been waiting to get a good collection of his work on print, now is your chance to show your support and grab a copy though Kickstarter. thephoblographer.com

2019-7-8 19:00

Go For Broke Spirit Vol. 2 Photo Book Nearing Completion

Two years ago, Los Angeles-based photogapher Shane Sato turned to Kickstarter to fund the production of the second Go For Broke Spirit photo book. This entailed traveling to the Midwest and East Coast to continue documenting the Japanese-American World War II veterans or the Nisei -- the second generation veterans of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Military Intelligence Service. thephoblographer.com

2019-5-26 13:00

A Book of Found Images from Gameboy Cameras is Seeking Funding on Kickstarter

Theres something innately fascinating about found images. Old snapshots unearthed from stacks or boxes at flea markets and vintage fairs, a forgotten roll of film halfway finished inside a secondhand camera we cant help but be excited whenever we stumble upon one of these, with our imaginations sent on overdrive trying to picture the stories of the people, places, and objects captured on film. thephoblographer.com

2018-10-2 01:00

This Best-Selling Digital Photography Book is Free Right Now

Heads up: you can currently download one of the most popular digital photography books out there. Tony Northrup is giving away How to Create Stunning Digital Photography as a free eBook download. Photographers Tony and Chelsea Northrup just blew past the 1 million subscriber mark with their ultra-popular YouTube channel, and to celebrate, they’re doing […] petapixel.com

2018-7-19 18:01

German book author removes the A7sIII reference

The German author who listed his A7III-A7sIII book on Amazon Germany now removed the A7sIII reference. I am pretty sure anyway the A7sIII will be announced in late 2018 only. And before that we might get a new A6700…stay tuned…as a rumor will be posted today about this ;) – Thanks Thomas! The post German book author removes the “A7sIII” reference appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-6-27 12:24

Brand new Capture One book ($4 discount with sar4 code)

You save $4 on this Capture One book when using the “sar4” code at checkout. Here is the link to website about the book: https://rawcaptureguide.com/ebook/ With the Photographer’s Guide to Capture One 11 eBook, you will become an expert of Capture One, speeding up your workflow and getting the very best out of your […] The post Brand new Capture One book ($4 discount with “sar4” code) appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-4-25 00:04

Photo Book Publisher Steidl Ordered to Pay $77,000 for Losing 49 Prints

The well-known German international photo book publisher Steidl has been ordered by a German court to pay a photographer 65,000 ($77,392) for losing 49 of the man’s photographic prints. artnet reports that New York-based photographer Lawrence Schwartzwald had sent a selection of 49 signed prints valued at $1,200 each to Steidl back in September 2014. […] petapixel.com

2017-12-22 20:24

Remembering Rhinos

Powerful images of rhino taken by some of the worlds top wildlife photographers will be unveiled at a free London exhibition and an evening of talks by leading conservationists, as the much-anticipated Remembering Rhinos book is launched this month. photographyblog.com

2017-10-18 21:00

Into the Light

Into The Light is a twenty-year retrospective coffee table book of J will be two versions of the book: the Regular Edition (hardcover with approximately 200 pages, 11x13 inches in size and printed on heavyweight, high quality paper)and the Deluxe Edition (autographed copy of the book in a deluxe cloth covered slipcase featuring an exclusive 8x10" signed & numbered Fine Art Print of "B. photographyblog.com

2017-10-15 19:00

Damien Echols Photo Book Started His Healing Process from PTSD

Photography is, without a doubt, a form of therapy and self-expression for many creatives. We take photographs to document our own ideas, visions, dreams, perspectives, and journeys. For New York City photographer artist and bestselling author Damien Echols, photography became another spiritual component in his journey to healing from extreme post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). thephoblographer.com

2017-10-4 01:00