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Beginning on March 3, 2005 a gallery exhibition of my photographs from Bangladesh, along with those by Pierre Claquin, will be on exhibition for 3 weeks at thePikto Galleryin Toronto. The opening reception, sponsored byCanon, Canadawill take place on March 3rd at 6pm.
PC Magazinehas just published their new book byDon WillmotttitledBest of the Internet. This 450-page guide to the Web features 1,000 sites in about 100 categories. I’m pleased to note thatThe Luminous Landscapewas selected as the top pick in its category.
PC Magazinehas ranked theLuminous Landscapeamong itsTop 101 Most Incredibly Useful Sites .
The March 25, 2003 issue ofPC Magazinefeatures its annual200 Hottest Sites, and I’m very pleased to announce thatThe Luminous Landscapehas beenlistedas one of the100 Best Classic Web Sites. In fact this is theonlyweb site about photography that was selected for the magazine’s listing.
I’m pleased to mention that theYahoo Directoryhas listed this site as one of its top 10Most Popularonline photographic resources.
An Advanced Guide to Digital Photography
Published in early 2005, this book byVincent Oliverprovides an excellent insight into advanced digital techniques and also looks at the work of leading photographers. I’m please to have a section of this book devoted to my work.
Photographer and authorMikkel Aalandhas just published an excellentbeginner to intermediateguide to digital photography titledShooting Digital. It contains a chapter devoted to digital exposure techniques, and is about the work and digital techniques of yours truly.
The Best of Nature Photography
I am one of the featured photographers in a new book titledThe Best of Nature Photography. Published byAmhert Media,this book features the work of 40 top nature and wildlife photographers, includingArt Morris,John SextonandJim Zuckerman. The book contains more than 150 photographs and detailed articles on how these photographers work. I’m honored to be part of this talented group. Naturally, I recommend the book highly. (I would even if I wasn’t in it. It’s a great book).
The Video Journal
Issue # 11ofThe Video Journal, a unique DVD-Video based quarterly magazine on photography is now shipping. There arePreview Video Clipsfrom all issues online. We are now going into our fourth year of publication.
The Monograph and Illuminations
I am proud to offerThe Monograph, a collection of my finest photographs covering the years 1996‚ 2001. This book contains my most outstanding work created during this period. It consists of 26 hand-made giclÃƒ©e prints hand stitched and bound by one of the country’s finest custom bookbinders into a hard-covered linen wrapped volume with slip case.
After just two years in print, there are now only 25 of the original 100 copies left available.
First made available in late 2004,Illuminationsis a portfolio of 20 of my finest photographs produced between 2002 and 2004. This print edition is limited to just 50 copies.
Travel, Shoots and Workshop
The following are photographic and personal trips as well as workshops that I have planned during the coming months that will result in articles, portfolios and possiblyVideo Journalcontent:
Florida and the Everglades – private shoot. Spring 2005
Spring in North Carolina – private shoot. Spring 2005
Big Sur – private shoot. Spring 2005
Denmark and Norway – private shoot. Summer 2005
An Algonquin Park Moose Expedition and Master Class Workshop–Sold Out .Fall 2005
Guilin, China – possible workshop. Fall 2005
Antarctic Expedition — December, 2005–Sold Out
Namibia – possible workshop – Spring 2006
Galapagos – possible workshop – Spring 2007
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