I just got word that one of my photos of the bracken ferns in Bastrop State Park (from April of last year) will be used in the 2011 Texas Highways calendar.
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Many thanks to Texas Highways for a second year in a row choosing one of my photos for use in their calendar!
Texas Highways has choosen my Blue Creek Canyon sunset photo for use in their 2010 calendar.
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The calendar will not be out until later this year. This calendar should be available at local bookstores (e.g. Barnes & Noble, etc.). I’m not sure what month my photo will appear on in the calendar.
Many, many thanks to the folks at Texas Highways for again publishing my work and allowing me the privilege of sharing work from my Visions of Big Bend photo project!
I should have posted this a month ago. Four of my photos (including the cover) appeared in BigBendChat.com’s 2009 calendar. Sorry this is late news, I’m just a bit brain-dead these days (holidays, new baby, etc.).
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The calendar is offered through Cafepress. I’ve already receieved a few and I’m impressed. The print quality is decent for a calendar. Looks pretty nice on the wall.
Aside from my photos, the calendar is definitely very high quality. The other photos are very, very good, and the calendar as a whole offers a spectacular view of the park. I’m proud that my work appears in the calendar and also alongside some fine photography from others.
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I’m greatly pleased to announce that I’ve had an article published in the premier issue of International Photographer Magazine (edited and published by Brian Patterson). The article spans 16 pages and includes 11 of my photos taken in Big Bend National Park. There’s also a short write-up by me that focuses on my shooting style and techniques. The cover photo is also mine.
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IP Magazine is offered as a print-on-demand publication. It’s roughly twice as expensive as specialty photography magazines you see in bookstores (e.g. Aperture, Lenswork). However, being offered as print-on-demand insures that no waste occurs. It’s a neat concept.
In fact, Lenswork Publishing has recently pulled their magazine from bookstores and it’s only available via subscription, effectively print-on-demand (although it’s only issued bi-monthly). The reason is that typical magazines offered in stores often go to waste when they are not purchased. They end up getting thrown out (or hopefully put into a recycle bin).
Anyway, hope you enjoy my article! I’m very pleased to have photos from my Big Bend project featured in a publication.
Texas Highways magazine has published a photo of mine in their November issue! Check out the Window on Texas section on the inside of the back cover.
I took this photo while hunting a while back, and it is part of my High Lonesome photo project. I definitely remember shooting this photo after being entranced by the amazing colors and iridescence of turkey feathers in the sunlight.
Many thanks to Texas Highways for choosing my photo!