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Digital Colour Management: A Simple Guide By Chris Dickie
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Chris Dickie explains the colour management issues facing digital photographers, and the solutions available to ensure accurate colour inket printing output. Topics include monitor calibration and... More > profiling scanners, printers, ink and paper. First published in Ag magazine.< Less
Ag magazine - Issue 50 By Chris Dickie
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Ag magazine is a quarterly fine art photo journal, probably the world’s best, now available as a digital download. Issue 50 includes intriguing portfolios from Lynn Geesaman, Stefano Bernardoni... More > and Michael Marten, Bill Jay writing on how to become a famous photographer, David Lee on the work of Rob Grierson and Eddie Ephraums celebrating our 50th issue. Adam Woolfitt explains his method of stitching digital stills into dramatic panoramas and Tim Daly has developed a technique for making inkjet transfer prints. Plus tons more. The digital edition is supplied in single page format, but readers may prefer to view it in double page spread mode to enjoy it as in the printed original. Much more information about Ag at www.picture-box.com.< Less
Ag magazine - Issue 49 By Chris Dickie
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Another splendid offering of wall-to-wall photography – not an advert in sight. This issue’s main portfolios come from Magnum photographer Richard Kalvar whose wry eye scans the streets... More > of Europe and the USA, Trevor Wood describes how he makes a healthy living out of landscape stock photography, and commercial photographer Rod Shone brings us his 10x8in portrait project set in a local charity shop. Other featured photographers include: Edmund Clark (cover), Nicholas Hughes, Jake Polonsky and John Claridge. Ag readers report their experiences publishing their work via Lulu.com and Adam Woolfitt tackles digital asset management. Blind photographer Ken Keen describes how he works despite his disability and Gerry Badger reviews Tod Papageorge’s Passing Through Eden. And our digital guru Tim Daly reveals a way to coat your own inkjet print media.< Less
Ag magazine - Issue 48 By Chris Dickie
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Ag magazine is a quarterly fine art photo journal, probably the world’s best, now available as a digital download. Issue 48 includes fascinating aerial ‘downlandscapes’ from John... More > Holloway and a starling b&w portfolio by Colin Summers in the aftermath of the tsunami. Bill Jay writes on censorship in the US press over Iraq, and Brian Harris and Mike Sheil document the battlefields of the Western Front. David Lee delves into the dark world of limited editions, while Adam Woolfitt offers solutions to digital asset management. And much more. The digital edition is supplied in single page format, but readers may prefer to view it in double-page spread mode to enjoy it as in the printed original. More information about Ag at www.picture-box.com.< Less
Ag magazine - Issue 51 By Chris Dickie
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Ag magazine is a quarterly fine art photo journal, probably the world’s best, now available as a digital download. Issue 51 includes a wonderful portfolio from Joakim Eskildsen’s six-year... More > project The Roma Journeys, and Once Upon A Time In Wales, from Robert Haines. Bill Jay remembers the early years at Creative Camera and David Lee writes on the landscape work of John Davies. Tim Daly creates digital contact negatives and binds the prints into handmade books, and we have a major feature on techniques for high dynamic range imaging. And much, much more. The digital edition is supplied in single page format, but readers may prefer to view it in double-page spread mode to enjoy it as in the printed original. More information about Ag at www.picture-box.com.< Less
How To Make & Publish A Photobook By Chris Dickie
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In this updated and expanded book (2010) Chris Dickie guides the reader through the stages and decision-making processes involved in the making of a photobook, step-by-step from image selection to... More > selling it. The way digital technology has revolutionised publishing is explained in depth: the costs and merits of the various print production options are compared and contrasted, and advice is offered on which route to take according to the nature of your project. All options are explored and explained, from using Lulu.com to traditional litho printing. How to Make & Publish a Photobook gathers together all manner of hard-to-find information that, until recently, was the sole preserve of the publishing professional, and offers this insider information to today’s self-publisher. Chris Dickie publishes the fine art photo journal Ag and the print edition of this book is available at his website http://www.picture-box.com where you will also find a full description of the contents. The printed edition costs £20.< Less
In from the Sea: The Isle of Lewis By Chris Dickie
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A photographic exploration of the relationship between a remote island in the Outer Hebrides, off Scotland's north-west coast, and the Atlantic Ocean which surrounds it.
The Lightning Tree By Chris Dickie
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The world is dying through lack of water. The narrator's search for the secret of its source eventually brings him to the Lightning Tree. A fable in photographs and text.