Item description for Photo Projects: Plan & Publish Your Photography - In Print and on the Internet by Chris Dickie...
Undertaking a personal project---whether for a magazine, a book, a website, a commission, or an exhibition---offers photographers an opportunity to broaden their horizons and develop their art. This outstanding guide takes photographers through all the thought processes and planning necessary to successfully publish their work, and offers a wealth of expert advice from both the author and the 30 other featured photographers. Highly illustrated with color and monochrome images from project-based practice, the book showcases a mix of commercial, fine-art, documentary, and commissioned photographs. Chris Dickie has been a photographer and leading photographic editor for more than 30 years.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.16" Width: 9.37" Height: 0.47" Weight: 1.41 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2006
Publisher Aurum Press
ISBN 1902538447 ISBN13 9781902538440
Availability 0 units.
More About Chris Dickie
Chris Dickie was Editor and Publisher of the" British Journal of Photography " from 1987-2003, and is currently publisher of the fine art photo journal " Ag. " He is an Honorary Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography.
Reviews - What do customers think about Photo Projects: Plan & Publish Your Photography - In Print and on the Internet?
Disappointing, and a dull read May 9, 2008
Photo Projects is a disappointing book. First of all, much of the specific information about resources for publication has to do with the UK (the author is British). There are some useful general pointers at the beginning of each chapter about having projects published, portfolios, etc, but the author doesn't really address those things in the rest of the text. As a writer, this guy's a dud. Also, for my taste, the photography isn't very interesting. Bleh. This is the only photo-related book I've purchased that I've regretted. Save your money.