Free Photography Books
The Ericsson Files 2007~2009
This new edition has a tighter edit and is printed on a cheaper softback option
This typology, published October 2011, looks at factory doorways in the inner Western Suburbs of Melbourne, which happen to also be some of the oldest industrialised parts of the city. These areas are now mostly gentrified in the 21st century.
This is the end result of the annual SoFoMoBo month. This year I travelled to Castlemaine and made a series of pictures that reflect my being an outsider looking in. It is free, download it and have a read, let me know what you think?
I discovered during my cybertravels recently, SOFOBOMO, a site that encourages people the world over to self-publish, a small photographic book, within the constraints of a specified timeframe, using any software they can, that creates a pdf, [I used aperture]. I got involved and made, this small book, called Chance.
Chance is about 12 meg, [one of the constraints is to keep the book to a certain size, under 15 meg].
A project that I have been sitting on since experimenting with my 1st digital camera has finally made it to fruition, buy buy buy is now available for download, this book however, is 30 megabytes.
Lo-Fi Vol 1, is a 18 meg download, and will require a pdf reader to open and view.
Purchase my Photography Books
This small book is available at cost price from blurb.com, it is inspired by a quote from one of my favourite photographers, Frederick Sommer.
I have made another book, this one however is for sale via the lulu.com store. It is the culmination of 4 years of picture making with a camera on hand at all times. Sometimes whimsical, sometimes, serious, one thing is for sure it is really cheap to buy, and at this stage only exists as an e-book.
Finally, if you do download my book/s, & I have never met you in person, I simply ask you send me a postcard of some sort from wherever you live. to:-
c/o pic photographic imaging college
East Hawthorn 3123
I will acknowledge and, maybe even photograph and upload your postcards, somewhere on the web.
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