The VISION IS BETTER series is an epic collection of articles, essays, and tutorials about the photographic life. David duChemin shares his insights on the how and why of photography, visual storytelling, and life lessons learned along the way.
Now announcing Vision is Better 3: Become a Better Photographer, Make Better Photographs—the latest and largest of this series! Curating the best from his blog, David has put together a fine collection of his written and photographic work (including larger images and new articles).
Here’s a sneak peak inside the new eBook:
Talk about bang for your buck: these three eBooks combined total 300 pages! Each Vision is Better volume gives readers a no-holds-barred vantage point of the adventures and creative life of David duChemin, and provides fresh ideas for making the most of your own photographic journey.
Note: Volumes 1 & 2 have brand new covers, and the layouts have been updated to display as full spreads instead of the previous two-page view.
Purchase Note: Craft & Vision has locked in the savings! No discount code is needed to purchase this 3-eBook bundle for just $10 (that’s a savings of $5).
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Buy Vision is Better 3
Already have the first two? No problem! Add Vision is Better 3 to your digital library for just $5.
This eBook gives you offline access to 145 pages of beautifully laid out material, 52 articles—including two previously unpublished articles: “Don’t Get Ahead of the Muse” and “Simplify, Simplify”—and expanded “Postcards from…” features.
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