FILM(Re)Discover the Magic: An Introduction to the Wonder & Tactility of Analog Photography Sherri Koop
When digital photography became mainstream, people began predicting the death of film, but that has yet to happen. In much the same way as audiophiles have caused a resurgence in vinyl, film is making a strong comeback. Photographers who once saw the film vs. digital debate as a one-or-the-other proposition are now finding strong reasons to use film—not the least of which is the tactility and beauty of the medium. Author and film photographer Sherri Koop fought hard against frustrations at going digital in her wedding and portraiture business and in the end, stuck with the medium she knows and...
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THE CREATED IMAGE VIDEO BUNDLEThe 2-Volume Video Bundle
Get over 26 hours of pre-recorded conference sessions from the 2013 and 2014 conference. Hosted by David duChemin, best-selling author and international humanitarian and travel photographer, the Vancouver (Canada) event series was a photography event like no other. It was an intimate conference dedicated to the art of photography and the journey of craftsmanship that gets us there . . . and now you can experience from the comfort of your digital devices. The Created Image video series bundle is for like-minded and like-hearted photographers who want to learn about photographic expression, and to accomplish that in camera, in post-production,...
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THE CREATED IMAGE (VOL.02)A Video Series About Becoming a Stronger Photographer
This July we hosted the second Created Image conference here in Vancouver. This time David duChemin was joined by Steve Simon and Piet van Den Eynde for this intense photography weekend. Over two days we talked about making compelling photographs - from learning to see and honing the skills that have nothing to do with the camera and everything to do with making images, to the power of visual storytelling, and the digital darkroom. Get the two-volume bundle here! What we packed into these two days of education was enough to stretch even the largest brains and hearts. And...
PHOTOGRAPH, NO.9A Digital Magazine for Creative Photographers
Elegant and simple. Black and white. Delineation of space and shape. Like the refined effortlessness of a great image, Issue 9 of PHOTOGRAPH magazine is newly redesigned! Download David duChemin's Viewing Notes letter. To kick off our new layout, this issue is dedicated to the line, light and shadow of non-colour. Within these 230 pages are portfolios and interviews with these incredible photographers: Jason Bradley, who discusses his extraordinary underwater work and the limitations, challenges, and thrills of it all; Carla Coulson, whose Paris fashion portraiture was borne from leaving her job, moving to France and becoming a...
VISION IS BETTER 4Become a Better Photographer, Make Better Photographs David duChemin
Curating the best from his blog, David has put together 50 of his most popular articles, as well as tutorials and photographic essays into a beautiful 175-page PDF eBook that makes for a great addition to every photographer’s digital library. The VISION IS BETTER series is an epic collection about the photographic life. David shares his insights on the how and why of photography, visual storytelling, and life lessons learned along the way. Like a yearbook, this compilation captures the conversations, ideas, and the techniques that have shaped David’s life and his creative work.
HOW TO FEED A STARVING ARTISTA Financial Field Guide for Creatives, Solopreneurs, and Other Anarchists David duChemin
Remember those days of old when creative people did what they did because some guy with money paid them to do it, all for the privilege of calling themselves a patron? Well, those days are over unless you get smart—and creative—with your money and become your own patron, in which case the time has never been better.How To Feed A Starving Artist is a book about money for creative people, people who don’t want to talk about money, feel like they need to take a long, hot, shower when they do, but who need to get a handle...
LOVE & LIGHTA Guide to Photographing Your First Wedding Jen Bebb
Love & Light is over 120 pages long and is full of really solid wisdom, from the actual making of photographs, to shot lists, posing guides, and logistics help, it's all there, and the book (a downloadable PDF) includes Evernote files of all the lists so you can load them onto your iPhone, iPad or Android for fast reference when you prep and shoot the day, checking things off as you go. If you don't have Evernote, it's a free app and the information you need to get it, and get started with it, is in the book. Anyone can photograph...
NIGHTSCAPEA Complete Guide to Photographing Under the Night Sky David Kingham
David Kingham expertly explains every aspect of this style of photography as he covers topics like: stars, constellations, meteors, moon phases, galaxies, scouting, gear, field work, shooting technique and post-processing. Nightscape is an in-depth resource full of detailed descriptions, charts, maps, and step-by-step actions, practical insights and beautiful photographs that will inspire you to get outside. BONUS: Also included within this eBook (on Page 88) is a download link to 22 Lightroom presets. It's important to note that we recommend Adobe Acrobat for PDF viewing and for selecting Resource hyperlinks; applications such as Mac Preview don't always play...