eBooks

London Streets eBookLife has been somewhat busy lately and while I’ve been taking lots of photos, this blog has been a bit neglected. Anyway, I thought now was a good time to get a post up about my latest thing… making eBooks for sale on Blurb.

I’ve made a couple of print books and have been very pleased with the way they have turned out. However, I find myself reading more and more books and magazines on my iPad these days, so thought why not try making an eBook.  I have made two so far: “London Streets” http://bit.ly/1tgykVT, and “Dunedin: the land, architecture, and people” http://bit.ly/1xD1Rd7.

They are really fun to make – I love putting all the photos together and working out which ones fit together best, and it’s great to see the final result.  It’s just a shame that they are only available for the iPhone/iPad at the moment through the Blurb store.

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Evening Rush

Evening Rush by mjm_nz
Evening Rush, a photo by mjm_nz on Flickr.

This print, and three others of mine, are currently on display in the Dunedin Community Art Gallery as part of 44th Dunedin Festival of Photography Exhibition www.dps.org.nz/

The exhibition is free and is open this week 10-4pm, closing at 2pm on Sunday.  I’ll be on the desk Wed 4-6pm and Friday 10-12noon if you want to come and say hi 🙂

Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward

I’ve been a bit busy and missed last week’s challenge, but thought this triptych fits quite well with this week’s theme.  I entered this in our club Slide of the Month competition this week and came third.  Suggestion from the judge was that the person blends into the whites of the graffiti a bit, which I agree with.  I might have to try this one again some time.Forward

This post is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward.  Follow the link to find more images inspired by the theme Forward.