Published APUG members

Discussion in 'Book, Magazine, Gallery Reviews & Shows' started by arigram, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. arigram

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    I have been going though the forum looking for books by APUG members, photographs or articles published in magazines and I thought it would be nice to have one thread with that information.
    When somebody gets published ofcourse they want to start a thread to tell people about it and others respond to it, so that's great, but how about one thread that has no responses just the information by the published members?
    So it will be easy to look up analog photographers in books or magazines.

    So, how about it?
    Where have you been published or what is the name of your book(s), even out of print?
    (monographs, collections, technique, opinion, etc)
     
  2. Nicole

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    UK Black & White Photography Magazine - Feb 2006 - Featuring Portraiture

    I have a few more things in the pipeline which I'll have to update during the year. I must admit to being lazy.
     
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    It has been a while, but I did have some architectural work of mine published in Metropolitan Home magazine.
     
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    Photo Magazine, January 2006, an opinion piece with a photo of mine on the perceived ecological advantages of digital.
     
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    For fairly obvious reasons -- I'd be accused of rather more shameless self-promotion than most people can handle -- I don't announce every new publication, or indeed any, but I can't resist this opportunity.

    Over the last 25-30 years I've had published more than 50 books, and hundreds (probably thousands) of magazine articles. Most have been on photography but others have been on subjects as diverse as the Tibetan cause, motorcycling, travel, motor cars and cookery -- and I am rather proud of my contributions to the Oxford Companion to the Photograph.

    My latest book, A Matter of Opinion, was published a few weeks ago by Mage Press, ISBN 0-9527109-5-1 and is linked on www.ilford.com. It's a collection of my columns from Amateur Photographer magazine in the UK and is ideal reading for the smallest room.

    Details of the rest are on www.rogerandfrances.com, under 'books' and 'magazines' on the home page.

    Cheers,

    Roger
     
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    http://www.calphalonculinarycenter.com/

    Many of the images are mine. Plus most of the images in their culinary school brochures and I have three large murals hanging in their Toronto lobby.

    I also have taken corporate photos for GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer, promotional pics for River City and many pro bono assignments for several non-profit organizations in Toronto and recently in New London, CT.

    And of course there are certain ... ahem ... images in some men's magazines. Plus when I was in unversity I have a number of credits in the local and university newspapers. I probably have images in at least a dozen modeling agency comp cards and hundreds of model and actor portfolios.

    No articles or books (yet). I just love this hobby!

    Regards, Art.
     
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    I'm most proud of my picture of Fred Phelps that appeared in the supermarket tabloid, The Globe.
     
  10. Robert Hall

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    Numerous Ads from commercial work and recently in the second issue of Emulsion, as well as articles on web sites.
     
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    I have had photos of the NYC skyline used in Czechoslovakia and also in Hong Kong. Additionally, my photo of the White Bengal Tiger is in since the inception of the Microsoft Encarta. Other images have also been published and images have been used by Leica Camera, Bogen Photo/Gitzo Tripods, Sierra Club, EverColor Fine Art, Laser Light Photographics....

    Rich
     

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    Oh, and I forgot - some website advertising photos for a sauna in Singapore (don't ask....), and a book "The 50 best Thai restaurants in the US" (don't know if it ever saw light of day... but nonetheless). I used to do work for some AIDS charities that they used in their publications, but I quit doing work of that nature when they consistently failed to credit me for the work in their publications.
     
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    Actual books, I'm published once. "Wheels", about motorcycling with my son when he was young (age 5-8), includes 50 photos, about 95% of them taken by me. Remainder taken by misc. family members / relatives.

    "Doug Grosjean's Alaska Trip Report" on www.ibmwr.org, about a 1999 motorcycle trip to Alaska, Yukon, and Northwest Territories and back to Ohio on a pair of BMW motorcycles. One was destroyed in a crash above the Arctic Circle, see Day 13. Some sort of Internet hit, generating several thousand emails / fan mails to me from readers. Assuming a 1%-5% reply rate (to the article), reads could reasonably be in the hundreds of thousands. But since I never had a counter on it, actual number is unknown. Shrug.

    Photo of Dearborn, Michigan's Rouge River in fall color, used in a brochure put out by "Friends of the Rouge." I'm told it exists and was used with credit, but I haven't seen a copy.

    Some guides to local whitewater rivers here in northwest Ohio, on the American Whitewater website. Search on Maumee River, Portage River, and Sandusky River. I know it's my text on the Sandusky and Portage, not certain about the Maumee (all are in my backyard, 2 are on my daily commute). Text only there, no photos (at least not by me - my MF gear doesn't lend itself well to travel by kayak).

    Miscellaneous motorcycle articles on the Internet and in print, mostly on the BMW Motorcycle Owners Association, but sometimes elsewhere as well.

    Other miscellaneous photos used in various places as well, normally just for credit given.

    Googling "Doug Grosjean" will dig up many, if you're really curious. But in this crowd, I doubt that the above is any big deal, or at least it's not out of the ordinary.
     
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    Black & White (UK) December 2004

    Black & White (UK) January 2007

    Editorial and commercial work in a few equestrian magazines (the names of which I always screw up) December 2006, Jan/Feb 2007

    Book project in the works for, oh, about two years now. Maybe I should get moving on that, eh?

    - CJ
     
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    I'm published nearly every day in the newspaper I work for, The Times Record, but of course it's all digital.
     
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    Inside front cover of 2006 Prospect Park Harvest Ball program.
     
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    Published CV abridged

    Over the photographic years I've had a variety of work published, unfortuntely not on a consistent basis, but here is some of the work.
    This is not an exhaustive listing include international exhibition or publication.

    Canadian Camera Magazine Fall 2006 (Explorations in Infrared Photography); Summer 2005 (Disappearing Landmarks).

    In Focus - Magazine of the Professional Photographers' Association of British Columbia - Nov. 2005 [other issues as well]

    Encyclopaedia of Saskatchewan 2005

    Times Colonist (Victoria,BC newspaper) 2006

    Our Canada magazine-Still standing Tall [related to grain elevators]-July 2005

    B. T. Publishers - Calendar images

    One may also visit my website or email me.
     
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    Over ten years worth of posters, music CD packages and covers, corporate advertising, some newspapers and news weeklies, several trade magazines, and various promotional items such as postcards, packaging, and brochures. Unfortunately no dedicated photography magazines nor interviews, and no book deal of my images . . . yet.

    Ciao!

    Gordon Moat
    A G Studio
     
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    Four books ...
    ‘The Photographer’s Master Printing Course’. (Mitchell Beazley Photography)

    ‘The Master Photographer's Lith Printing Course’: A Definitive Guide to Creative Lith Printing. (Argentum)

    ‘The Master Photographer’s Toning Book’ The Definitive Guide. (Argentum)
    (in the USA: ‘The Photographer’s Toning Book’ The Definitive Guide.)

    ‘The World of Lith Printing’ The Best of Traditional Darkroom and Digital Lith Printing Techniques. (Argentum) Soft back & hardback limted editions.

    Several hundred published articles, including feature writer for Photo Art International throughout its life, a master printing series for Amateur Photographer thru' 92-93 (I think!), many other one off & series articles in numerous publications in UK, US, Australia etc, and one or two on the internet.
    Tim
     
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    I've had quite a few bits in Black and White Photography - mainly in the printer's art feature, but also a few other bits (toy camera feature, Rollei Pan 25 review and StopClock Professional review).

    I've also had some stuff in a few lower key US magazines, a few calenders and books.
     
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    Here is New York – A Democracy of Photographs (photo #5906)
    New York, NY & Traveling – 2001

    Photo Review Competition – 1990
    Juror: George Tice
    Awarded Second Place Garage Doors, Paterson, NJ

    The Book of Days – 1990
    Traveling Exhibit Whaler's Cove, Pt. Lobos, CA

    The Newark Star Ledger
    Newark, NJ – October 8, 1989
    Download this review in Adobe Acrobat format (PDF, 151k)

    The New York Times
    New York, NY – September 17, 1989
    Photos from 'Seasons of Life', by Vivien Raynor
    "There are plenty of landscapes, but none more striking or ambiguous than Richard Coda's view of two trees close together in snow..."
    Download this review in Adobe Acrobat format (PDF, 361k)

    The Newark Star Ledger
    Newark, NJ – June 4, 1989
    Download this review in Adobe Acrobat format (PDF, 233k)
     
  23. MurrayMinchin

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    B&W (USA) Magazine, issue 14, August 2001, published a letter to the editor of mine which they titled, "Could The Internet Make The Conventional Gallery Obselete"?

    It was a gutsy move, I thought, for the editor to publish the letter at all considering how many BIG NAME galleries purchase ad space in B&W.

    Murray
     
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    Yes you should, I`d love to see your work in print.
    What I`d really like , is to see your actual prints, but I haven`t seen you announce any shows in Norway :smile:
     
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    My stuff's been published all over the place. From Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone and Penthouse (portrait of a guy with his cloths on. True), to Boys' Life, Car & Drive, and Family Fun.

    You can see tear sheets on my "Commissions" page on my web site.

    http://www.walterpcalahan.com
     
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    Cover of a bluegrass CD in 2003. I'll bet by now the CD has sold in the tens.