New eBook – Journey Through Java

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Hello good people of the Cyberworld! I have a new eBook out! As you probably gathered from the image above, it’s called “Journey through Java”. This one is a collaboration with David duChemin’s “Craft and Vision” team and it is a part of their very popular “Print and Process” series. Basically, it’s my photos and words, their structure and design.

Those of you who have been following my blog for some time are aware that I have known this duChemin fellow for a while. I think quite highly of the man, so when David approached me about doing one or possibly even a few eBooks for the “Print and Process” series, I said – “Sure thing mate!”

What really excites me about this eBook is the fact that the structure of it allowed me to focus on a specific stretch of time during my photographic journeys and as a result I was able to delve deeper into my photographic process than ever before. The eBook is fairly personal, but at the same time, the knowledge one should come away with is applicable on a very wide scale.

There’s talk about the equipment used, the technical aspects (every image has the Exif data provided) as well as composition and light. These things are all discussed in a very practical sense, as they relate to the images included in the eBook. There is a somewhat philosophical side to what I’ve written too. In this eBook I really wanted to touch on what makes a photograph more than a snapshot or an overused cliché and so I’ve devoted a whole section to the discussion of what it means to create shots that are deep, original and express what the photographer feels to the fullest.

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Who is this eBook for? It is for anyone who enjoys my photography and wants to know how I go about creating my work. I do however feel that the eBook will be particularly useful for the serious amateurs who want their photos to be more than “pretty pictures” as well as those thinking of doing travel and documentary photography for a living.

The really good part for all of you strapped for cash is – it’s only $5! And if you use the promotional code JAVA4 as you check out from Paypal, you’ll get it for $4 (offer expires 11:59pm PST October 3, 2010).

To purchaseor for more info, head over to the “Craft and Vision” site HERE or click the cover shot at the top. As always, your support is really appreciated!

I’m still in Port Villa as I write this, but heading home soon. More photos and hopefully some videos to come soon.

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13 Responses to “New eBook – Journey Through Java”

  1. Jeffrey Chapman Says:

    Looks great. Can’t wait to read it.

  2. Jorge Quinteros Says:

    Congratulations not only on the eBook publication but on having the amazing opportunity for it to be featured along side duChemin’s inspirational work.

    The photographs presented and the insight provided on your personal journey is highly appreciated, especially from someone is holds this area of photography in high regard. My hopes that this eBook is just one of many more to come.

  3. Erin Wilson Says:

    I downloaded my copy this morning. Have only had time to look through it briefly, but at first glance it’s as beautiful as I’d hoped it would be. Looking forward to spending time with it.

    Peace

  4. Jessica Sweeney Says:

    Love the ebook, it suits you. Very well said, all of it. I wrote a short review over at my blog if you’d like to come see it.

  5. Diego Lorenzo Jose Says:

    Mitchell,

    It’s great that you’re back in your blogging groove. I sorely missed your photos and adventures.

    Best regards,
    Diego

  6. Dina Says:

    Great book! Can’t wait to dive right into it!

  7. photoholic Says:

    java?
    that’s my island.
    i live in east java 🙂

  8. Nama Saya Manu Says:

    Terima Kasih. It looks nice.

  9. photoholic Says:

    wow! you can speak bahasa indonesia.
    thank you for visiting my country 🙂

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