New photo eBook released: “Your Creative Mix” by Corwin Hiebert

Your Creative Mix takes an in-depth look at the value of growing your passion for art, honing your creative skills, and finding new ways to connect and share with likeminded people as a way to grow your photography business.

This eBook bridges the gap between creativity and commerce. It focuses on the unique business and marketing challenges faced by emerging and established vocational photographers. It provides new insights and ideas on how to generate demand for your photographs and for your creative services without employing cheap tricks or expensive advertising efforts. Through case studies, interviews, featured projects, and proven business practices you’ll learn how to attract fans, followers, and clients to your unique vision.

Your Creative Mix is available now as a downloadable PDF for just $5.

Special Offer on PDFs

For the first five days only, if you use the promotional code MIX4 when you checkout, you can have the PDF version of Your Creative Mix for only $4 OR use the code MIX20 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 23rd, 2011.

Contest

Purchase Your Creative Mix during the discount period and you’ll be entered into a draw for 1 of 3 creative prize packs: A copy of Todd Henry’s great new book, The Accidental Creative, bundled with his Personal Idea Pad. Good luck!!

6 thoughts on “New photo eBook released: “Your Creative Mix” by Corwin Hiebert”

  1. Seems like a good read… I’m usually skeptic about books that tend to promise a lot about improving inherent skills like creativity which come with a lot of practice and knack..

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    • Hi Kristina. The ebooks by Craft & Vision are great. If you knew about David duChemin, the guy behind the company, you wouldn’t hesitate at all 🙂 He’s the “gear is good, vision is better”-guy. I don’t think the ebooks from Craft & Vision promises more than they can deliver.

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  2. Seems like a good read… I’m usually skeptic about books that tend to promise a lot about improving inherent skills like creativity which come with a lot of practice and knack..

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  3. The book sounds interesting, although I agree with Kristina, is difficult to find all the answers in one place, or learn everything quickly.
    Greetings.
    Katy

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  4. This seems to be a great read but I think it covers mainly photographer’s point of view and I have yet to decide whether I should buy it.

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  5. This one’s actually cool! I no longer need to turn the pages anymore. Somebody is going to be envious again haha. Does it have a price already? 🙂

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