Today I’m going to be photographing minimalist interpretations of various games and other things for my book – that one advertised in the sidebar over there somewhere —>
This is a nice little task – the publishers have requested an image for the beginning of each chapter to go opposite the title page so I can bury myself in the studio for a few hours and do the part of this job that I enjoy the most – actually taking photographs.
As far as the book goes that is really nearing completion now (unless the publishers know something that I don’t that is) and my thoughts are moving towards publicity and marketing.
The image at the top of this post was shot a couple of years ago and edited a few days ago. I am finding that the difference between Lightroom versions 3 and 4 is so great that taking time to re-edit old images is actually time well spent.
'Breaking down the many overwhelming aspects and complications of photography, this book manages to focus on what is most relevant in true photographic creation. The Minimalist Photographer touches on all of the key components of authentic photography in an easy to digest and extremely helpful manner.'
-Photo.Net best photography books of 2013
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