I’ve finally pulled my finger out and finished off another Blurb photobook from my 2009 Photo A Day project. It’s quite time-consuming to put together, but the end result is definitely worth it. Now it’s off being printed, and I can’t wait to see what a hard copy looks like.
You can see a 25-page preview of the book online, it is a large-format hardback with 80 pages and paper dust jacket. More details on how to purchase are on the Blurb website.
Here are a few pages for you to have a look at:
I’m very pleased to report that I have just self-published another book via Blurb, this time focussing on Essex Landscapes Through The Seasons. You can purchase the book directly from me for £25 (without postage, if I can meet you for delivery) or from the Blurb website (£25.95 + p&p).
Some people are quite skeptical about the merits of Essex, and I wanted to show that it’s not all like Dagenham – there are some beautiful spots to be found if you know where to look. The majority of the images have been taken within about 5 miles of Chelmsford, but there are also pictures from all corners of the county.
Here are a few example pages from the Spring section (click the images to see a bigger version):
A few weeks ago I was contacted by a lady from Digital SLR User Magazine via my website, asking if I would like to be interviewed about my Project 366 and being a Judge for the East Anglian Federation. Flattered, of course I said yes! Sarah then sent me some questions to answer by email, and I sent her a selection of my favourite images from the last year.
The interview itself will appear in the August issue, but the current magazine (#33/July ’09) has a quick tease for the interview and a picture of yours truly. Here’s a little preview for you. I’m hiding at the bottom right corner!
The August issue (#34) will be available at all good newsagents from 2nd July. Keep your eyes peeled!
I am rather pleased that I have finally managed to self-publish my Project366 images as a book, thanks to the rather nice folks at Blurb.com. It is available to purchase directly from their website, and is a 76-page full colour hardback edition. Here is a sneak preview of some of the pages:
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I would be interested in your feedback.