Kent’s Corner: Collage Books and Graphic Novels
28 Jun 2016

Kent’s Corner: Collage Books and Graphic Novels

When it came time for me to do this month’s book column, I just took a little thumb-through of the bookshelf by my desk, looking for a set of books that had something—anything—in common. After two minutes I came up with four books that all draw their imagery from “found” sources. I’ve always loved collage. Whether it’s cut and paste in Photoshop, or good, old-fashioned...

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How to Curate and Print a Group Photo Book
28 Jun 2016

How to Curate and Print a Group Photo Book

It was April in London. A stunning day of blue skies and whispy clouds. I was setting out for Blurb’s second photowalk in partnership with a Lomography store. The twelve assembled photographers each had an LC-A, a reproduction of the famous Soviet camera, with a different type of film loaded. Like our previous walk with the New York Lomography store, the film would be developed...

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Blurb Roadshow goes Australian
23 Jun 2016

Blurb Roadshow goes Australian

We’ve hit the road to join the great, global conversations about books, photography, and art. The Blurb Roadshow was launched in the fall of September 2015 with the goal of connecting with our community on the ground, in person, face-to-face, while creating really unique events and experiences. We traveled to over 10 cities, met with hundreds of customers and partners, and hosted dozens upon dozens...

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Photography Tips: Look for New Vantage Points
22 Jun 2016

Photography Tips: Look for New Vantage Points

So much of what we know as photographers is learned behavior. Shoot with the light over our shoulders. Make sure you can see the subjects face, etc. Well, I say it’s time to forget all that and go make pictures. At 47-years-old I’m beginning to realize that I need to UNLEARN many of the things I learned in school. It’s not that these things are...

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