A recent image I shot on Pigeon Lake.
I haven’t been nearly as active online lately as I would like to be, but life’s been keeping me busy. Exciting new projects and exciting new experiences seem all too easy to find at the moment. But today I want to share something really exciting with you and anyone else in the photographic community. Today I want to share Photograph.
Three years ago when David duChemin launched Craft & Vision I doubt anyone could have predicted its success. Well today David is launching something new, and I’m predicting that it’s going to be just as big. Photograph, an all digital, all beautiful, quarterly publication for photographers is available now. Launched under the Craft & Vision brand, this magazine will excite and amaze you. Many of the photographs it features are out of this world; especially the landscape work in this issue. Featured portfolios showcase photographers that you’ve never heard of but probably should have. Uniquely beautiful images are complimented by Q + A’s with the photographers themselves. A variety of topics are discussed in articles about things like image selection by David duChemin and creative composition by John Paul Caponigro. Recent Craft & Vision author Kevin Clarke has an article about studio lighting which I really like. There’s much more in this issue too.
Today there are so many resources in the photography world that its hard to know where to spend your money and time. Much of the reading I already do comes in the form of Craft & Vision’s eBooks; and now Photograph has just replaced a couple of the magazines I read as well. I highly recommend you pick up the first issue of Photograph for only $8. Or if you know that you’ll love it as much as I do you can pick up a one year subscription for only $24 (That’s four issues for the price of three).View / Edit Comments