And, of course, you have an article in Shutterbug (February edition). I enjoyed your review on that camera--it was fun to read.
Originally Posted by Roger Hicks
Sadly, nothing from Frances this month, but then we've already talked about that.
This week my first book came out. I didn't write it, but 200 of my photos illustrate it. It's called "Jessica McClintock's Simply Romantic Decorating"
Originally Posted by rorye
Congratulations Rory, well done!
Eight hundred leaf-tables and no chairs? You can't sell leaf-tables and no chairs. Chairs, you got a dinette set. No chairs, you got dick!
- Nathan Arizona Sr.
I have some publications in scientific journals but perhaps more of interest on this site is this:
It is a link to a PDF file.
Oh, as mentioned in this article, I contributed 4 articles to Encyclopedia of twentieth-century photography (3 volumes set).
I've had photos published in local newspapers, New England Home mag each month, and images used in company brochures and business websites. ...but no books in the horizon...
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I have an article in the current issue of PHOTO TECHNEQUES
It is easier to gain enlightenment than to explain enlightenment.
Supreme Master Ching Hai
Photos of the Loma Prieta Earthquake, 1989. I was a co-author of this paper (C.E. Meyer) - not exactly fine art, but reportage. Most of my other publications are technical geology with few photographs, but lotsa graphs....
I have four published books:
Landscapes 1975-1979 (Winner of Le Grand Prix du Livre--best photography book of the year--at the 1981 Festival in Arles, France.) Introduction by James Enyeart, then Director of the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona.
Michael A. Smith: A Visual Journey--Photographs from Twenty-Five Years. This book was published on the occasion of my 25-year retrospective exhibition at the George Eastman House in 1992. Foreword by Marianne Fulton, then Curator of Photography at GEH, and essay by John Bratnober.
The Students of Deep Springs College. Portraits of the entire student body at the most unusual college in America. Published in 2000. With a preface by myself, an essay about the history and philosophy of the college by L. Jackson Newell, the president of Deep Springs. Writing by each of the 25 students, and an afterword by the well-known writer William Vollmann.
Tuscany: Wandering the Back Roads, Vol. II—8x20" photographs from three years photographing in Tuscany. Published in 2004. Volume I contains Paula Chamlee's 8x10" photographs. Introduction by Robert Sobieszek, late, and sorely missed, photography curator at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Foreword by Ferenc Maté, author of "The Hills of Tuscany."
I just had 8 pictures and an article about me published in Issue 53 of B&W Magazine. I made a post here, on my blog when the issue came out last month.
". . . photographing as a two-way act of respect. Respect for the medium and letting it do what it does best- describe. And respect for the subject in describing it as it is. A photograph must be responsible to both."-- Garry Winogrand
"Art is just a Series of Natural Gestures
."-- John Marin
My Platinum Printing Blog
Here is my meager contribution.....
East on Central 2007 - Chicago area literary arts magazine
Everyday Engineering: What Engineers See - about a dozen or so images in the book, it is an art/design book (really)