VISION IS BETTER II is a collection of 44 of the most recent essays about the photographic life and craft from David duChemin’s wildly popular PixelatedImage Blog. His insights on the how and why of photography, visual story telling, and life-lessons learned along the way make for a compelling and inspiring eBook that will captivate you from beginning to end.
This massive 95-spread eBook is the follow-up to one of Craft & Vision’s best-selling titles. The Vision is Better series acts like a PixelatedImage yearbook that gives readers a no-holds-barred vantage point into the adventures and life of David duChemin while at the same time providing you with fresh ideas and insights about making the most of your own photographic journey.
If you’re a regular follower of David’s blog you’ll be glad to know that he’s included some previously unpublished essays, and removed a few of the typos, all re-designed and put into a package you can access off-line whenever you like. If you’re unfamiliar with David’s blog, Vision Is Better I and II will show you why this popular blog has become a gathering place for photographers around the world.
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Dave Warner is a professional photographer with over 35 years of experience based in Austin Texas and the Southern Adirondacks of upstate New York. He is the producer of the popular LensFlare35 podcast. Dave is also Chief Technology Officer for a publishing company that produces a daily newspaper, along with seven weeklies. Click the links below to find out more about him.
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