This photography book features my split screen photos - all the images I've created which are naturally split into two.
Split the Difference includes photos from 2000-2007, and is a great compact size - perfect for small gifts.
Paul McAleer is a photographer, user interface architect, music lover, and design geek who has been taking photos forever. His first real camera was a Pentax K-1000, but an ME Super aided him through photography studies at Columbia College Chicago. Paul's work has been featured in the 2005 book Communicating with Pattern: Stripes, and has been displayed at the Design Within Reach location in Burlingame, California. He lives with his family near Chicago.