Any budding photographers out there? Novices? Experts? That’s one of our favorite things about the artic medium of photography: it’s accessible enough that a large number of voices, styles and personalities can take a stab at it, producing a field rife with variety and interest. Not everyone’s style is necessarily able to be consumed by the masses, but, what if all that work you’ve been secretly stacking up is good enough to get published?
Don’t let it languish in anonymity and secret forever; perhaps take a stab at publishing it yourself? This book from Princeton Architectural Press could help: “Publish Your Photography Book is the first book to demystify the process of producing and publishing a book of photographs. This expert guide is organized in six sections covering the rich history of the photo book; an overview of the publishing industry; an intimate look at the process of making a book; a close review of how to market a photo book; a section on case studies, built around discussions and interviews with published photographers; and a final section presenting a wealth of resources and information to aid in the understanding of the publishing world.” More here.