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Joe McNally is Coming To Mongolia With Me.
If you’ve been living under your proverbial rock you might be forgiven if you don’t know who Joe McNally is, or that he’s written what is being hailed as “THE” photography book of 2008. The hype on this book is so universally enthusiastic that I pre-ordered it on Amazon and I NEVER pre-order. But it came today, just after I read on Joe’s blog that the first 25,000 are already sold.
I leave to photograph the mongol hordes on Thursday and Joe is coming with me – in book form – but the next two days as I wait to board the plane to Beijing and crack the spine, are going to be long, long days. But I’m thrilled to know that I’ve got Joe for company on the 12hr 40m flight.
I’ll be writing a review while I’m gone, or at very least while sitting on the plane on the way home and Joe’s tired of talking.
In the mean time – Joe’s website is HERE, his blog is HERE and you should read THIS
Lumen Dei: One Day Workshop in Temple, Texas
On April 05, 2008 Matt Brandon and I will be conducting a one day workshop for amateur and intermediate photographers looking to hone their skills. Digital photography offers an unprecedented level of control as a photographer, but ya gotta know your stuff. This is “know your stuff” bootcamp. We’ll begin the day with a photoshoot […]
Wanna come to Kashmir with me for 2 weeks?
It’s that time again, the shameless plugs now begin. Last year we used shameless pugs and it didn’t work so well, so we’re changing things up and not using dogs at all in our advertising. Turns out we misunderstood the concept… Imagine. Two weeks. Travel back in time and photograph the chaotic streets of Old […]
Adopting is for babies. (AKA – There is no such thing as the "un-suck filter"
Yesterday I linked to Rarindra Prakarsa, and was surprised by the reactions. Emails and comments seemed almost synonymous: the style is really amazing but perhaps for some of you it’s too much of a good thing and is a little too sentimental. I still am amazed by the light and curious about how the images […]
That's it, I quit.
Scott Kelby posted this LINK this morning and it’s honestly some of the most inspiring, soul-touching imagery I’ve ever seen. Aside from making me want to put down my cameras and walk away quietly, it’s just simply wonderful, like the sense of wonder and artistry I get when reading Annie Dillard or CS Lewis. Anyways, […]