Like many other landscape photographers, you must have thought of having a book with your images published. However, what are the costs? How do you promote it? Who is going to publish it? Deborah Hughes has put together a comprehensive guide with advice on what to look for and what to avoid
My first cognition of boundprint photography, aside from the pages of black-tipped memories snapped from my mother’s Brownie, was the December 6, 1963 cover of LIFE magazine. A few days past two months younger than I, Caroline Kennedy stands awaiting her father’s funeral procession. Her 6-year-old, white-gloved hand is flanked by the white-gloved hands of two military officers forming a cocoon around the young girl, her mother, and her brother. A blurred bayonet measures her stature, though not her loss and offers no protection from their grief. From that six-year-old viewing until this day, the inside articles…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 44 of Landscape Photography Magazine.