PROGRAMMING ALERT: The iPhone Photography Conference starts tomorrow and runs for two full days and if you want to join the 1,000+ photographers from all over the world who will be spending the next two days learn how to take seriously great photos with your iPhone, it’s not to late to join in. Here’s the link to get your tickets (it’s two full days, two separate training tracks, and it’s all online — plus you get a full year’s access to the archives of the conference to catch any sessions you missed or want to rewatch). Today we’re doing an orientation class and then I’m doing a class on “What makes a great photograph” — again — not too late to join us even today! :)
OK, I’m back from vacation, refreshed and ready to hit the ground running!
This new book on Macro photography is special
As a guy who writes books on photography, this is one I wish I had written — it’s an incredible new book on Macro photography from Canadian photographer and Macro shooting guru, Don Komarechka.
During my week off I got to spend some time with this book and he did a really incredible job from top to bottom. It’s an educational book that almost feels like a coffee table book, because it has so many big beautiful macro images, including some really unique stuff that you’re probably not going to learn about anywhere else. It’s like the book has one foot in the classroom and the other in an art gallery.
Sharing just a few pages here does nearly do the book justice (and it’s so detailed, I just cannot imagine how long it must have taken to put this together. You can tell Don really put his heart and soul into it.
You can pick up a copy of Don’s wonderful book (it would make a great gift) right here. My congrats to Don for a job well done — from one author to another, Don you knocked this one out of the park!
Glad to be back with you – thanks for stopping by, and don’t forget to catch “Travel Tuesday’s with Dave” tomorrow right here. :)