Marketing Yourself with Photo Books
- Hear what photo editors and buyers have to say about using photo books to promote yourself
- Learn technical considerations for creating photo books
- Read five case studies on how photographers are using different self-publishing options
Photo books provide a cost-effective and contemporary way to promote your latest project, or replace your portfolio
Publishing a photo book used to be confined to independently weathly photographers or top pros. But the self-publishing revolution now allows photographers to easily create books on the fly that can be continually updated and honed for a target audience.
This guide is filled with insight from top pros including Andrew Kaufman (editorial/travel), Terry Vine (hospitality/custom stock), Michael Creagh (fashion), Graciela Cattorossi (travel), and Matt Eich (documentary). Plus, hear from photo buyers/editors Whitney Lawson, Kat Dalager and Erin Fagerland, photo editor Mike Davis, and the Indie Photobook Library's Larissa Leclair. Lastly, Blurb's photographer-at-large, Dan Milnor, shares his thoughts on what to consider before and after creating a photo book.
What You'll Learn:
You'll learn the options for building a photo book (from online services to traditional offset printing), using a photo editor, design options, and see how top photographers are using photo books in a variety of ways to promote their work.
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