Published APUG members
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)
Real photographs, created in camera, 100% organic,
no digital additives and shit
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.
It has been a while, but I did have some architectural work of mine published in Metropolitan Home magazine.
Photo Magazine, January 2006, an opinion piece with a photo of mine on the perceived ecological advantages of digital.
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
My APUG Portfolio
Virginia Wildlife, March 2006
Searching my way to perplexion
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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.
Originally Posted by arigram
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.
Here is the link to my website with some of my published credits. Scroll down to see them.
Verizon also used to buy my work regularly for the NJ Showcase Pages, the phone directory magazine section in the front, highlighting the coverage area. Then they cut their budget.
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Time & tides wait for no one, especially photographers.
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!
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I'm most proud of my picture of Fred Phelps that appeared in the supermarket tabloid, The Globe.
Numerous Ads from commercial work and recently in the second issue of Emulsion, as well as articles on web sites.