VIEW THE PORTFOLIOS

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

READ THE BOOKS

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.

Jun 26th

2007

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CategoryPosted in: News & Stuff

Pixelated Image: Limited Edition Book Now Available

The limited edition monograph, The Pixelated Image, is now available for purchase.

I received my proof today and am very impressed with the quality. In fact the cover is stunning.

As I mentionned, I am offering this as a limited edition. Only 100 copies will be printed, numbered and signed.

The book is almost 70 pages, hardcover, 11×13 inches. It contains
about 90 of what I consider to be my best images from the developing
world. I am really pleased with this book. Proceeds will go to sending
me on a Women and Children First Project shoot – hopefully somewhere
like Gulu, Uganda, for Invisible Children.

Price on the book is $200. This book will never be re-printed. All copies are hand numbered and signed.

Cost is $200.00 and I will pay ground shipping.

You can pay by PayPal for those of you who use it – email me and I will send you a PayPal email invoice. You can also pay by cash or by cheque if we know each other. Please email me – info at pixelatedimage dot com – for more information.

Once I get your orders your book should take about 3 weeks to get to you. They need to come here, get signed and numbered, then re-packaged and sent to you.

All orders must be placed by email. At that point you can express your preference for payment and I can put you on the list and assign you a number. Again, email is info at pixelatedimage dot com, or you can use the Email Me button at the top of the left sidebar.

Sorry there isn’t a slicker way to do this, but I prefer the personal interaction and it prevents people slipping through the cracks.

Jun 25th

2007

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CategoryPosted in: GEAR

Three New Pieces of Geek-gear

Got three new pieces of geek-gear this weekend I wanted to alert you to. 1. Canon Ee-D Grid Focussing Screen for the Canon 5 I love this little thing. I have grid lines on the display of my Leica and wished I had them on the screen of my Canon 5D. I was mentionning this […]

Jun 21st

2007

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CategoryPosted in: Without The Frame

Without The Frame, V

Agra, INDIA. January 2007. I shot this image at the Taj Mahal. It’s one of several hundred I shot there and one of the only ones I like. Shooting an icon like the Taj Mahal is tough. Shooting any icon is difficult, but the building reputed to be the “most photographed building in the world” […]