Today we’re releasing Martin Bailey’s latest eBook – Striking Landscapes, Techniques for Photographers in Beautiful Places. It’s big (80 pages) and beautiful, and like anything Martin does, it digs into some of the nitty gritty stuff – usually the same kind of stuff I go to Martin for help on because as hard as I lean to the artsy fartsy poet-warrior stuff, Martin leans to the technical. He just knows this stuff, and explains it, better than I can. And by stuff I mean things like shooting and stitching panoramas, star trails, and filter systems, along with pages of other helpful stuff. Take a look at the table of contents and the sample spreads here, and head over to Craft & Vision to get in on the launch discount.
Buy before March 17, 2014 at 11:59 PM (PST) and Striking Landscapes is available for CAD $6.50 (that’s $1.50 off the retail price) if you use following discount code: STRIKING6
The Created Image 2014
The Created Image conference went so well last year, we’re doing it again, and there’s room – after pre-sales to those who asked to be notified first – for about 10 more people. These two intense days will change the way you make photographs. I’ve invited two close friends: National Geographic photographer and the only […]
The Created Image 2014
This July we’re inviting you back to Vancouver for The Created Image. It’s an intense workshop about the art of photography and the journey of craftsmanship that gets us there. And this year I’ve invited friends. Ami Vitale is, among other things, a National Geographic photographer and amazing human being, and she’ll be giving the […]
TEN MORE, Now Free.
After 4 years as one of our best-selling, most loved eBooks, Ten More is now free. Both TEN and TEN MORE have now been downloaded about 100,000 times and I can’t tell you how grateful I am to have seen this weird little, “Hey, what if I made an eBook?” project come to life the […]
PHOTOGRAPH, Issue 6
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