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“A Deeper Frame” New eBook by David duChemin

When I started this blog a mere month or so ago it was because I have a love of photography and I wanted to personally challenge myself to get out, shoot, share and learn. What’s become abundantly clear to me is that there is a wonderful community of photographers (both casual & serious) out there who love this medium and are eager to share their photographs, stories, experiences and offer lots of encouragement to newbies like me. I visit many photoblogs and am blown away by the creativity and beauty of the work out there.

 I love to read and long before I started blogging I was reading books on photography, both technical and “art” books. As you and I both know these can get expensive. One day I came across a site called Craft & Vision whose whole raison d’etre is to provide “exceptional photography education at irresistible prices” through their ebooks. And that they do. At $5.00 an ebook you have to agree that’s irresistible. I’ve read many of their ebooks (not all….yet) and I’ve enjoyed everyone and can honestly say have learned from each book I’ve read.

The newest book in the Craft & Vision library is A Deeper Frame. Creating Deeper Photographs & More Engaging Images by David duChemin. While this ebook is relatively short, only 23 pages, it’s packed with inspiring imagery and a compelling narrative by David.

 David duChemin is a world & humanitarian photographer, best-selling author, and international workshop leader. If you haven’t checked out his blog yet please do so at http://www.pixelatedimage.com . David is a passionate photographer and writer and I have had the pleasure of reading many of his books. As a matter of fact I have his “Venice, A Monograph” ebook loaded onto my iPad and ready to go on my trip toItaly next month.

 Ok…back to the task at hand. In his latest endeavour David takes the reader on a journey of exploration on how to express their photographic vision. This book isn’t trying to teach you the technical how to of creating depth in your photographs although there is a little bit of that but rather its trying to help the reader understand emotional depth. Creating depth in a photograph whether it’s through perspective, composition or the type of lens you use, will elicit a certain emotional response from the viewer.

“A Deeper Frame outlines seven ways that we can create more engaging images through the re-creation of a sense of depth in the flattened image to create photographs that feel immersive and invite a reader of that photograph to not merely look at the photograph but into or through the photograph.”

 A Deeper Frame is available now as a downloadable PDF for just $5USD.

Special Offer on PDFs
For the first five days only, if you use the promotional code DEEP4 when you checkout, you can have the PDF version of A Deeper Frame for only $4 OR use the code DEEP20 to get 20% off when you buy 5 or more PDF ebooks from the Craft & Vision collection. These codes expire at 11:59pm PST July 2, 2011.

The DEEPEST Discount Ever!
For the next five days only you can have twelve ebooks for just $40 – that’s 34% off (A.K.A. 4 ebooks for free)! Load-up your shopping cart with 12+ ebooks and then use the promotional code DEEPER12 when you checkout. This code expires at 11:59pm PST July 2, 2011.

Enjoy!

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6 responses

  1. Great review Edith. I have several of the ebooks and they all informative. David is also recovering from a serious fall when he was attempting to take a photo. Sounds like he is recovering.

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    June 29, 2011 at 7:41 am

    • Hi Len, Thanks for the feedback. I’ve been following David’s blog for awhile now so have been keeping up to date with his recovering. Hopefully he’ll be fully back on his feet soon.

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      June 29, 2011 at 2:01 pm

  2. Thanks for introducing it. i will check him out when I buy my new IPAD! Cheers!

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    July 7, 2011 at 2:43 am

  3. Hi!
    Looks like a great find, thanks for the tip 🙂 keen to check it out.

    kind regards
    Mo
    http://www.4otomo.wordpress.com

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    July 7, 2011 at 8:40 am

    • Thanks Mo & Adam. I think you’ll enjoy it. I’ve read quite a few of David’s ebooks and have found them extremely informative and helpful.

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      July 7, 2011 at 9:09 am

  4. lol…. this is a cool idea! 😀

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    July 12, 2011 at 4:25 pm

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