Gary, the first edition has sold out, so only old stock, or secondhand.
For the next edition there is a thread on APUG regarding when it's happening (September this year), where it's happening and most importantly, how one can get a copy.
I have signed up for a copy, when it becomes available I would hope and/or expect to see it in my hot little hands before the Summer holidays.
I believe it is 500 + pages which will be read under the shade of the camper awning, it will be a perfect summer holiday, especially when one will have time to pull the camera out and experiment on what I may have just read in the book.
I bought my copy of the book from a dealer in Glasgow, possibly the best general book of photography I have read since reading Ansel Adams trilogy of books. In quite a few aspects, better than Ansel's books.
It'll no doubt be available from a number of online resellers when published (refer Mick's earlier post). But I shouldn't have to resort to using those distribution channels. I should be able to hold the book in my hands first (and confirm quality, content etc) before dropping a not-inconsiderable sum of cash on it.
Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour
Moreover, if focal press have an already established infrastructure to import books to Oz, what is the marginal cost of adding another title to an existing range? I would have thought more titles would mean fixed costs could be spread across an even greater volume of sales?
(Having said that this does look like a no-brainer purchase decision for any "real" photographer.)
They had a V300 and a V700 there and a LOT of huge inkjet printers.
Originally Posted by SMBooth