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The Print & The Process – SAFARI
Last January I spent 10 days on safari in Kenya. The second in our series, The Print & The Process, this Safari monograph is the work that came out of that trip. Like the first Print & Process book, VENICE, this one is split between the images themselves and then a long discussion about the lessons learned, gear used, and techniques I played with, including the duo-tone settings I used to create the toned images. I’ve also included a link so you can download the Lightroom preset for that split-tone look.
SAFARI is not really a book about how to shoot a safari, though you’ll certainly learn that kind of thing as well. It’s more like a “Here’s what I learned about photography while shooting a safari.” Every discipline has something to teach others, and my photography improved by having this experience. Join me as I unpack these images and the process that got me to making them.
We created this series as a way to show work and to have an honest discussion about the issues connected to the creation of that work. Some, like VENICE, will be more introspective, and some, like SAFARI, have a more balanced mix of the artsy fartsy stuff as well as a discussion of the gear I used and why.
SAFARI, A Monograph is a 62-page PDF available now for $5 on the Craft & Vision store but if you buy it now, or before 11:59pm PST on July 11th, you can get it for $4 if you use this coupon code on checkout: SAFARI4. Want more of the collection? Use coupon code: SAFARI20 when you buy 5 or more Craft & Vision titles and you’ll get them for 20% off. Just our way of sharing the love and thanking you for being on board. You can buy SAFARI now with the button below or head over to the Craft & Vision library for more.
I know I’ve been cranking these out like a mad man, but it won’t be long before I’m off to Iceland then Maui, and on to India, Thailand, Nepal, New Zealand and possibly Africa all before December, so I’m making hay while the sun shines. We’ve still got a great line-up coming, including the 3rd in Andrew Gibson’s fantastic The Magic of Black & White series and Eli Reinholdtsen’s Chasing Reflections which is likely to become my own personal favourite in the whole collection. And we’ve got the new website to launch soon, and an iPad giveaway to celebrate, so stay tuned!