VIEW THE PORTFOLIOS

Ten galleries of images representing David's work, both personal and professional, over the last 8 years.

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If you've tried the books about gear and long for something more, David's poured his heart into 20 books and ebooks for you.

COLLECT THE PRINTS

Two carefully curated collections of 24 beautiful fine-art prints and folios for your walls or your personal collection.

Oct 7th

2014

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CategoryPosted in: Craft & Vision, e-books, PHOTOGRAPH Magazine

A Brand New PHOTOGRAPH

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Issue 9 of PHOTOGRAPH has just been released and it rocks. It’s a brand new format, making it much more readable on devices like the iPad, and completely re-designed. It’s also the first in our third year (THREE YEARS!), and with this we’re moving from a quarterly magazine to bi-monthly. 6 great issues a year. And it just keeps getting bigger – this issue is 230 pages long and completely ad-free – just page after page of great photography and teaching. Issue 9 has a focus on Black & White photography and you’ll be blown away by the portfolios: Jason Bradley’s stunning underwater work, Carla Coulson’s lively portraiture, Julia Anna Gospodarou’s dramatic architectural work, and Satoki Nagata’s night-time photography on the streets of Chicago. We’ve also go articles by John Paul Caponigro, Bruce Percy, Guy Tal, Piet Van den Eynde, Adam Blasberg, Martin Bailey, Chris Orwig, and me.

My goal is simple – I want to create something truly beautiful, and showcase the work of photographers that inspire and educate. And I want it to be killer value. I want it to be the kind of magazine you’re proud to tell others about. We’ve had some amazing issues up to now, and I think this one gets us even closer to my dream. The photographs are amazing, the interviews are insightful, and the education is top-notch, covering everything from how we see to how we create.

Download Issue 09 of PHOTOGRAPH this week for only $6.40 – that’s 20% off the normal price of $8. It’s like having a subscription with the luxury of choice. But you don’t want to miss this issue.

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Oct 5th

2014

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CategoryPosted in: Study the Masters

Study the Masters: Edward Burtynsky

Thjorsá River #1Iceland, 2012, copyright Edward Burtynsky “We took what we needed from the Earth and this is what we left behind. That is the informational layer of my work, but there is also a political layer and an autobiographical one.” Edward Burtynsky (1955 – present) is still very much alive and working today. One […]

Oct 3rd

2014

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The Next Step

Q: I’m a nature photographer with what I’ve been told is a reasonably solid portfolio, and I blog fairly regularly. I make a little money with my photography, but I think I could do more to increase the income a bit. I’m ready to take the next step toward living my dream. I need to […]

Sep 30th

2014

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CategoryPosted in: Books, Craft & Vision, e-books, Vision Is Better

Vision is Still Better

Several years ago I was asked if I’d consider doing something like a yearbook for my blog – a curated compilation of the best stuff, minus the posts where I introduce a new book or workshop – so that people could access my stuff offline in an easy-to-read kind of way. Vision Is Better, the […]

Sep 30th

2014

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Bodies of Work

Another question from my recent Q&A on Facebook. Some of the questions needed more time and space to answer, this is one of those: How do develop from taking random images to working on projects? What makes a good project? When is it finished? First, I think it’s important to recognize that there are no […]

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