I’ve had a couple people tell me recently that they had no idea I had a podcast series. I’m pretty sure I mentioned it around the time that Within The Frame came out, and it’s mentioned in the back of the book itself, but if this is the first you’re hearing of it, I thought I’d bring it to your attention. I have two reasons for doing this. The first is that others have said they really enjoy the series, if only to watch me awkwardly struggle with video, my arch-nemesis. The second is that I am about to leave you stranded without me while I head to India tomorrow to join Matt Brandon, Gavin Gough, Ami Vitale and 8 others for the Lumen Dei Tour in Ladakh. So this’ll give you a way to get your fix. There are, I think, 15 episodes live, with 3 more in the can and ready to be released. The series will run to 20 episodes.
Get the Podcasts HERE on the Peachpit site (then use the podcast tab) or on iTunes by searching for Within The Frame. They’re all free.
If you’ve not yet taken advantage of the early-bird pricing on my eBook, TEN, you have a couple more weeks before I change the pricing. Click HERE for more info. Thanks to all of you for the incredible response, it’s clear that this resource has been really helpful and as more and more comments and emails came in asking for a sequel I’ve got a new one coming and I’ll make it available the day I get back from India. It’s called TEN MORE and will also be $5. Start saving yer nickels, kids.
I’m also thrilled to let you know that VisionMongers, Making a Life and a Living in Photography is well on its way to production, will be to press earlier than anticipated and the release date will be much sooner than the Dec.25 release date listed currently on Amazon.com. It should be in hands by mid to end of November-ish.
I’m not posting photographs of my packing process this time because I’m embarassed by the fact that – for the first time – I’m bringing three large pieces of checked luggage. (Shaking head in shame…) I’ll have a short post tomorrow before I leave for the airport, then – I hope – will be able to check in a couple times while I am in Delhi. But once I hit Ladakh, y’all have to fend for yourselves.