The Craft & Vision Magazine PHOTOGRAPH No.8 has just been released!
This issues showcases portfolios from Ami Vitale (storyteller and National Geographic photographer), Charles Adams (fine art landscape photographer), Jon McCormack (documentary humanitarian photographer), and Tom McLaughlan (abstract photographer), and includes articles by columnists John Paul Caponigro, Bruce Percy, Guy Tal, Chris Orwig, Piet Van den Eynde, Adam Blasberg, David duChemin and yours truly, Martin Bailey.
And guess what, from this issue, PHOTOGRAPH is now a bi-monthly publication instead of quarterly, so we won’t have to wait so long in future to get our hands on the next issue!
Click here to head over to Craft & Vision to get your copy for just $6.40 for a limited time. If you miss that it’s still only $8, and you can’t get this much photography goodness for $8 anywhere else!
Here are a few pages from Issue 8 to whet your appetite…
Craft & Vision PHOTOGRAPH No. 7 – A Digital Quarterly Magazine for Creative Photographers – was just released!
This issue showcases the beautiful portfolios of David Baker, Michelle Morris Denniston, Mitchell Kanashkevich and Dave Morrow. The Featured Article is from Bret Edge, and the usual columnists David duChemin, Bruce Percy, John Paul Caponigro, Chris Orwig, Adam Blasberg, Piet Van Den Eynde are out in force, and I have my Art of the Print and Camera Craft Columns as usual. We also welcome Guy Tal on board, making an already incredible magazine even better.
Click here to head over to Craft & Vision to get your copy for just $6.40 for a limited time. If you miss that it’s still only $8 at full price, and you can’t get this much photography goodness for $8 anywhere!
Here are a few page screenshots to whet your appetite…
Craft & Vision have just released Issue 3 of PHOTOGRAPH – A Digital Quarterly Magazine for Creative Photographers, and as usual, it is packed with incredible photography related information and inspiring images. There are portfolios and Q+As from: Hengki Koentjoro, Dave Delnea, and Kevin Clark. And there are the usual great columns from Nicole S. Young, Kevin Clark, and John Paul Caponigro and myself, as well as a featured article from David duChemin about his recent work in Northern Kenya. The magazine is getting better and better all the time, and I’m very proud to be a part of this.
Click here to visit Craft And Vision and pick up your copy of ISSUE #3 for just $8! Or if you haven’t subscribed yet, you can get four issues for the price of three, at just $24, with the link below Issue 3 after the jump!
Either way, I know you are going to love PHOTOGRAPH.
Today Issue #2 of the incredible new digital magazine from Craft & Vision was released. Once again, I’m a little embarrassed to sing its praises, as I have a regular column in PHOTOGRAPH, but this month, it is a total honor and a privilege to also be one of the featured artists, alongside Andy Biggs and Chris Orwig.
There are articles from David duChemin, Nicole S. Young, John Paul Caponigro, Al Smith, Jay Goodrich, Piet Van den Eynde, Younes Bounhar, Kevin Clark, Chris Orwig as well as my article.
There are of course no ads or sponsor messages, so this is 122 pages of pure Photography, and all for a little more than the price of a coffee. Download Issue #2 of PHOTOGRAPH for USD $8 or buy a 1-Year Subscription with the links below Issue #2 after the jump, and get four issues for the price of three (save USD $8)!
Oh, and that cover image is one of mine too! I’m really stoked to be on the cover! 🙂
After a five week hiatus, I’m finally back on the air, for one or two episodes anyway. As you know I’ve been traveling with my Pixels 2 Pigment tour, and although I was able to push out a couple of episodes while on the road, things were really too hectic, and my mic quality too poor, to do much more than I did.
Still, with a week at home before I travel to Antarctica for six weeks, and then another private tour in Japan taking me to the end of the year, I thought it was about time I got another episode out. I will try my hardest to push out one more before I leave too, but that really will be it for the rest of the year. Please don’t delete that subscription though, because I will be back, I promise, and I’ll be trying to make up for this light end to 2012 with more than one Podcast a week for a while next year. I am still committed to releasing 50 episodes per year. Nothing has changed there.
This morning I sat down for a very casual chat with David duChemin, for this week’s episode. As you know, David is a best selling author, about to release his fifth physical book The Print and the Process and he has also just launched an incredible new quarterly eMagazine called PHOTOGRAPH, which is full of features and articles from an amazing line-up of photographers, which I too am honored and humbled to be a part of.
I also recalled some of the important lesson’s that I got from Brian Tracy’s Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time. It certainly helped me to make the most of my time.
We then go on to talk about David joining me and the group in Japan next February for the Snow Monkey & Hokkaido tour. We currently have one open slot, due to a cancellation, so do take a look if you’d like to join us for the Winter Wildlife Wonderland Tour and Workshop!
I’m also proud to have a new sponsor on board for some of these Podcast episodes moving forward! Squarspace
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Anyway, because this was an ad-lib chat, there is no manuscript today, but you can listen with the player at the top of the post, or download the audio files with the links below, or subscribe in iTunes for Enhanced Podcasts delivered automatically to your computer.
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