Have you ever thought about printing your work, maybe in the form of a small book? Perhaps a small project? If yes, you might be interested in this podcast episode with Daniel Milnor.
Daniel Milnor is a journalist, photographer and writer who is now performing these duties in his role as “Creative Evangelist,” for Blurb Inc. He has a blog called shifter.media and lives in New Mexico. We focus on the process of creating your own first printed photo book. Daniel likes to think of the process in thirds: 1) narrative / story; 2) edit/sequencing; 3) design (page, graphic) / typography / layout. You can listen to this podcast episode via the website, or via your favorite podcast player (see links below).
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Resources mentioned by Daniel:
- 3 volume series: Martin Barr / Gerry Badger – history of photobooks https://www.domestika.org/en/blog/3840-history-of-the-photobook
- Alec Soth (Magnum Photographer) YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHIxfgu7HE9_Tok9OGNrQ_g
- Aaron Hardin Photo YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/aaronwhardin
- Magcloud digest https://www.magcloud.com/formats/variations/digest