Tag: ebook

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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Landscapes in Lightroom 5 eBook

Landscapes in Lightroom 5 eBook

| August 5, 2013 | Reply

I recently had the pleasure of previewing Michael Frye‘s new eBook: Landscapes in Lightroom 5. I was familiar with Michael’s eloquent writing style since first reading his Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite years ago. I since had the pleasure of spending some time with him in the field, and was delighted to see that one of […]

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A Few Good Words

A Few Good Words

| May 29, 2013 | 3 Replies

I want to break from my usual format for a bit to thank a few people whose help and kindness impressed me in the last few weeks. In a recent podcast episode, Brooks Jensen brought up an interesting point about our craft being heavily dependent on tools, technologies and, consequently, those who provide them. I […]

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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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eBook Review: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time

eBook Review: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time

| December 8, 2011 | 1 Reply

My friend Jim Goldstein recently released his first eBook: Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time. I remember Jim mentioning this project some time ago; a long time ago, in fact. When I finally saw the eBook I understood what took all that time: this is one of best thought-out and beautifully designed eBooks I have […]

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2011 Print and eBook Sale

2011 Print and eBook Sale

| November 25, 2011 | Reply

It is my great pleasure to offer a selection of six images, printed to the highest standards of quality and matted to fit in a standard 16×20 frame. Each print is offered at a special price of $75 until December 31st, 2011. Please order at your earliest convenience to ensure a timely delivery. In addition […]

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Back Home

Back Home

| October 19, 2011 | 3 Replies

I spent nearly two weeks traveling through Nevada and California. Coming home to my little desert town of Torrey always feels wonderful, no matter where I’ve been, and this time is no exception. The large cottonwoods along Main Street greeted me with a warm golden glow. The tourists are mostly gone and despite the sunny […]

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