Developing a Creative Photo Book – Medium Photo workshop

Book-dummy copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very honored to announce my third annual book development workshop in conjunction with Medium Photo for next September. Last year this Medium Photo workshop, Developing a Creative Book, due to the COVID-19 pandemic had taken some interesting twists and turns. We ended up having a virtual workshop on Zoom... Continue Reading →

Developing a Book-dummy PDF – part 2

In my previous article, I provided the stating frame work for creating a low resolution book-dummy using Blurb for publisher submissions or obtaining feedback from friends. For those who have used Burb to create a book pdf, you are probably aware of one of the major drawbacks that I discussed earlier; the resulting two-page spreads... Continue Reading →

Developing a Book-dummy PDF

First, fair warning, to cover this subject it is going to take a couple of posts, so this is the first of two. The second article is linked up here. As many of you know, I lead a book development workshop that gets into the nitty-gritty of defining a book project, the big edit of... Continue Reading →

Book Development Virtual Workshop – LACP

Gardening For Ordnance, book-dummy copyright Douglas Stockdale My Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) workshop, Developing Your Creative Photo Book, due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be virtual on Zoom this year. This book workshop will be a series of three-hour Zoom virtual segments spread over a span of four sessions starting on Saturday, March... Continue Reading →

Brainstorming at PhotoLA 2019

Studio E. R., copyright 2018 Mark Ruwedel Last weekend I had an opportunity to participate as a panelist for a discussion about photo books during PhotoLA 2019. A subject dear to my heart. As a result, I completed the hour and half drive up to Santa Monic for three of the four days for this... Continue Reading →

The path to Trabuco Flats

Untitled, Trabuco Flats 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale Although I am spending more time with working on "straight" photographs for my Trabuco Flats project I continue to experimental/play with some of the images. Not entirely giving up on how I might incorporate some abstracted images into this project, but exactly how I do it is not... Continue Reading →

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