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Feb 18th

2014

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CategoryPosted in: About The Image Podcast, Craft & Vision, e-books, News & Stuff, Resources

TEN MORE, Now Free.

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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 way it has. I knew when I left my career in comedy, and returned to photography, that teaching would be part of it, but I never imagined how much it would change my life. To everyone who bought this eBook over the years – thank you. Would you do me one more favour and tell the people in your world that it’s here and it’s free? And if they’ve not got the first one, TEN, it’s free too. You can get them both at CraftAndVision.com. The TEN product page is here, and the TEN MORE page is here.

While we’re talking about free resources, be sure to check out the Craft&Vision podcast, About the Image. There are 9 episodes up now, and the latest is the second half of a two-part series called Question The Image. Check them out here on the C&V podcast page.

Please accept my apologies for the quiet around here. I’ve been gearing up for surgery. After the accident 3 years ago my right foot still has issues so they’re going back in tomorrow to fix some things. I’ll have more time after the surgery, when the pain meds wear off, to get back to a rhythm and I’ll be writing again soon. As always, thank you.

Jan 14th

2014

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The Natural Portrait

Today Craft & Vision releases Andrew S. Gibson’s comprehensive introduction to natural light portraiture – not surprisingly titled, The Natural Portrait. Like some of our most recent books, this one’s big – it’s 240 pages and it covers a really wide gamut of topics from working with models, to lens choices, camera settings, light considerations, […]

Dec 30th

2013

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CategoryPosted in: Life Is Short, News & Stuff, Travel, Vision Is Better

2013 Retrospective

Kenya, January 2013. It’s the nature of time to go too quickly. Maybe that’s one of the reasons photography works so well for me: in making time one of our raw materials we pay more attention to it, honouring it down to thousandths of a second, more present, more perceptive. I wish paying more attention […]

Dec 19th

2013

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CategoryPosted in: Life Is Short, News & Stuff, Vision Is Better

Christmas Presence.

In the coming days, if you’ve not done so already you’ll see all kinds of articles about making better holiday photographs. They’ll be filled with advice from the banal and obvious, to the dubiously helpful. Mostly they’ll be written to drag people to their blogs, and increase traffic, when those same people should just shut […]

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