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PDF eBook: More Than A Rock

PDF eBook: More Than A Rock

| March 10, 2014 | 1 Reply

As several readers asked for the book in a format readable on multiple platforms, I am pleased to announce that y latest book – More Than A Rock – is now available in PDF format for the price of $4.99 and can be ordered at my online bookstore. I very much appreciate your support of […]

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New eBook: More Than A Rock

New eBook: More Than A Rock

| January 14, 2014 | 10 Replies

I’m pleased to announce the immediate availability of my new eBook: “More Than A Rock” for users of Apple devices. The eBook is available from the iTunes Store for the price of $4.99. The eBook builds on re-edited versions of previously published essays (blog posts, magazine columns, etc.) If you enjoyed my writing over the […]

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Colorado Plateau eBook iPad Edition

Colorado Plateau eBook iPad Edition

| August 14, 2013 | Reply

I’m pleased to announce that my eBook Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau is now available in an iPad edition and can be purchased directly from the Apple iTunes Store. The iPad edition was designed for iBooks and is slightly different from the original PDF eBook. I made a few edits to essays and updated […]

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The Image and the Experience

The Image and the Experience

| March 30, 2013 | 7 Replies

My first “nature photography” experience occurred nearly thirty years ago, when for reasons I can’t even remember I borrowed my father’s old Minolta and went to play outside. Not a single image from that roll of film turned out, but the joy of seeking photogenic subjects and fitting them into the finder frame was intoxicating. […]

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Of Things to Come

Of Things to Come

| July 26, 2012 | 9 Replies

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of speaking at a couple of photography events in Moab and Sedona. The presentations titled “Photography and the Creative Life” were autobiographical in nature and garnered some wonderful responses. Among them, a prominent magazine editor suggested that I needed to tell the story in a book. Admittedly, it […]

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Creative B&W Processing Techniques eBook

Creative B&W Processing Techniques eBook

| July 11, 2012 | 5 Replies

It is my great pleasure to announce my latest eBook: Creative B&W Processing Techniques. Designed as a companion to my earlier title Creative Processing Techniques, this new eBook extends my creative process framework with concepts and techniques unique to digital processing of B&W images, along with thoughts on approaching B&W photography as an expressive visual […]

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Creative Processing Techniques eBook Now Available!

Creative Processing Techniques eBook Now Available!

| April 30, 2011 | 5 Replies

I am proud to announce that my new 168-page Creative Processing Techniques eBook is now available for purchase. The book took nearly 6 months to write and describes my creative approach to digital image processing using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. In addition to hands-on techniques, examples, and exercises, the eBook also describes my workflow-based approach […]

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eBook Teaser: Creative Processing Techniques

eBook Teaser: Creative Processing Techniques

| March 2, 2011 | 14 Replies

My next eBook: Creative Processing Techniques in Nature Photography is rapidly taking shape and I hope to release it in the next couple of months. My goal was to write the processing book I wish I had years ago when I sat down to work on my first digital files. It is a processing guide […]

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Teach Yourself Photography in 80 Years

Teach Yourself Photography in 80 Years

| January 8, 2011 | 40 Replies

If you buy a camera you are a photographer; if you buy a flute, then you own a flute. –Bob Kolbrener The other day, while searching for books online, I noticed a few titles that grabbed my attention. These books are, I’m sure, familiar to many and proclaim to teach you photography in anywhere from […]

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Interview and eBook Review by Dave Taylor

Interview and eBook Review by Dave Taylor

| December 13, 2010 | 2 Replies

Few things are as humbling as the kindness of strangers. It never ceases to amaze me how people of similar minds seem to gravitate towards each other. Out of the blue, a connection is made and a friendship is formed. This past week, I was fortunate to be featured on Dave Taylor’s blog. Dave is […]

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