Last thursday I released a new e-book and notified everyone who subscribes to my monthly newsletter about some special offers on the entire set of 10-ebooks that I offer. The special offer was a great success and finished last night at mid-night. If you'd like to be kept up to date on new workshop announcements or special offers, then please do subscribe to my newsletter - which you can do on my home page.
Over the past four years, I've been writing on this blog about the photographic process - which I feel is mostly to do with ourselves, rather than the equipment. It's been a really enjoyable process - putting to words, what I've been feeling and thinking.
So I felt it would be really nice to collate some of the best entries from this blog into an e-book. Inside, you'll find entries about finding inspiration, ways to approach editing your work post-shoot, the use of ND-grad filters on a range-finder camera, working out the dynamic range of a scene for correct exposure, and many other distractions from every day life :-)
I have to thank Mike Green (who has a very interesting blog) for suggesting it. I was talking to him just a few weeks back about some new e-Books that I'm writing. They're quite intensive to complete, because there's a lot of 'soul' being put into them - a lot of though to how best to describe some technical and logistical information. Mike asked me if I was ever going to do a compendium of entries from my blog. I didn't really think I've ever had much to say (feign mock modesty, etc, etc - I know I perhaps have too much to say at times). It was only when I went through my blog and had a look at what I've covered, I realised there was a lot of material, buried here, that if it was put together into a nice presentation, could make for a really nice e-Book.
I think it's turned out to be more than just a collation of blog entries though. The entire e-Book, in some ways, feels like something that is greater than the sum of its parts.
If you're interested, you can get it here.