So far I've worked on 38 books. Three were published last year.
At first they only had a shot or two of mine in them but the last four books where coffee table books and contained mostly my shots. Some of the earlier ones I don't even have anymore.... cleared them out at a garage sale a few years back.
For magazines I've shot a bit for Sports Illustrated and ESPN Magazine but since my work is sold through Getty Images it turns up in mags like Cosmo every once and a while.
Lately I've been working as Photo Editor for Canadian Sports Magazine... so I end up getting a fair bit in the magazine as well.
I've done a couple assingment for the New York Times and some of the other big papers in the USA.
The coolest thing I've ever shot is the box front of Wheates Cereal when they used a shot of Roger Clements years ago..... maybe it was the Wheates that gave him the strenght to pitch for so many years.
One thing I've noticed though... a lot of times the best photos are never published.... because a magazine is looking for a picture to go with a story.... it might not be the best photo from the event.
UK Black and White Photography Magazine - October 2007 issue... my first ever published pictures..... unfortunately also one of the issues discussed in the thread here dedicated to the magazine which took the shine off a little!!!!!...Still... a very exciting few pages for me!!
Cover photo for the magazine of the Belgian Alpine Club. Modest, but it was a start.
Four years ago I wrote and edited a climbing guide, including some pictures and a lot of drawings by myself.
I was published in Newspapers, Architctural mags, and Garden Mags some really huge pic storys some small ones pictures for ADs and prospects and homepages also a Frontpage of a health eating book and many things inside but the book is out of print its about 26 years ago!
I had most publishing going around 1997-2000 then I was a bit burned out and now I start again to rock'n roll!
One of a Garden Specialst Woman ist still somewhere around at http://www.gruenplan.ch/6team/interv..._SStauffer.pdf
Some book covers, local Wildlife Trust mags, editorial material for Church in Wales magazines, the 2005 Royal Mint £1 coin brochure, E-On (European electricity generator) power station images, various misc uses including several Alamy sales. All 35mm slide/neg material.
TBH I put more effort into snapping photos of my kids these days. Some of these get 'published' on the walls and desks of a number of admirers :-)
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I am about to be published in a book on the history of Santa Fe (NM) county. Should be out by November 2008.
I have a number of scholarly publications about literary theory and Polish and Russian literature, but the latest is peripherally related to photography--"The Street of Crocodiles" and Other Stories by Bruno Schulz with a foreword by Jonathan Safran Foer and my introduction. Bruno Schulz was a Polish-Jewish writer who lived in the now Ukrainian town of Drohobych from 1892 until he was killed by a Nazi officer in 1942. He was also a graphic artist who used the technique of cliché-verre, which involved etching a negative by hand with a stylus onto a blackened glass plate and printing it onto photographic paper. Some of his drawings are reproduced with the stories.
Here's an Amazon link, if you're curious--
I did the photos for the book that my father was working on when he died and was finished by my mother. It's on his relationship with his dogs.
creativeimagemaker.co.uk Issues 6 and 8. Hopefully more to come. I am also currently working on a longish article which one day become a book on the basics of photography. We shall see.
"Wubba, wubba, wubba. Bing, bang, bong. Yuck, yuck, yuck and a fiddle-dee-dee." - The Yeti
David, are you familiar with the brothers Quay? They adapted Schulz's story into a stop-motion movie (their medium)
Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
Using film since before it was hip.
"One of the most singular characters of the hyposulphites, is the property their solutions possess of dissolving muriate of silver and retaining it in considerable quantity in permanent solution" — Sir John Frederick William Herschel, "On the Hyposulphurous Acid and its Compounds." The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal
, Vol. 1 (8 Jan. 1819): 8-29. p. 11
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