I’m back with another photography links round up. It’s been a couple of weeks since the last one so this time I’ve got it packed full of extra photography goodness. The photograph that leads this post is an outtake from an assignment earlier this year. I’ve intentionally warmed the white balance on this a bit to give it a slightly more distinctive look. Before we get into the links, I want to give a quick reminder about Clarion Call II that is being held in June. The first Clarion Call a few months ago attracted over 2600 photographers of of whom are likely now putting the advice into practice as they forge ahead with their photography goals so you really can’t afford to miss this upcoming online seminar. It’s taking place on June 10th and signing up is as simply as clicking the Clarion Call II banner below and entering your details. What are you waiting for?
I’ve not spent a lot of time behind the computer at all this week so I don’t have a lot of links for you. I do want to remind anyone in the Taiwan area that I’ll be giving a presentation on IGVP at 5pm on Saturday 23rd at Huashan Alleycats in Taipei as part of a book festival. If you can make it, come on down. The presentation will last about 15 minutes but there’ll be lots of great discussions with writers, bloggers and journalists all afternoon.
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There’s been a lot going on over the past week in the world of photography and the links below reflect that. First however, I have a special offer for you. The opening photograph above was taken recently on the coast of Yilan, Taiwan and made use of some day time long exposure techniques. This is very much an experiment in a number of ways. Some early feedback suggests people like it and I’m sure there are plenty others who don’t. It doesn’t really matter because it’s all in fun. I’m planning on slowly dipping my toes into the world of fine art landscape and seascape photography and this is one of the first photographs I’m making available. It’s available to purchase on a strictly limited basis. From now until April 23rd, you can get the above image at a 20% discount. The code for the discount is TAIWANPHOTOGRAPHY and you can order simply by clicking on the buy button above. The print is available in three different sizes – 16×24, 20×30 and 30×40.
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