Good vs. high print quality in my book Square Photographs
Good-enough quality with a lower price wins!
Tips for creating a book of photographs for sale on Amazon using Kindle Direct Publishing
Tips and lessons learned as I’ve created two photo books for sale on Amazon.com.
Fortunately, my first book remains available
I have the idea for my second book, but not the time to work on it. But my first book remains available!
More lessons learned in self-publishing
My book, it’s just not selling. I can’t say I’m surprised; I have no idea how to market it.
Lessons learned in self-publishing
I created my book about photography with the Pentax ME as an experiment in self-publishing. (If you’d like to buy one, either paper or PDF, click here.) After all, the Internet and print-on-demand technology mean you no longer need a traditional publisher. You can do it all yourself: writing, layout, marketing. But that’s the rub: you…
On making book
Fellow photoblogger Mike Connealy recently self-published a thin, charming book of film photographs he’s taken with a few of his box cameras. You might not think that such simple cameras can be used to create fine art, but page after page Mike’s book shows these old boxes’ artful capabilities. You can look at Mike’s book…