Tuesday’s Bit and Bobs: The Day Has Arrived
We have been working very hard and I’m really happy to say that the magazine is finally ready for release. I feel like I’ve done nothing else for the last couple of months, well since I returned from the US. It has been all systems go to get that done.
Here is the cover again for those of you who didn’t see it before. The image of the cover in the sidebar is also a link to the products page.
We have more articles this time and a couple of new things that we hope we will continue in the future.
You can now purchase it. It is the same price as before, AUD$5. Someone asked why Australian dollars, and I said that it was because I was in Australia. It works out really well for the rest of the world, $5 Australian is only $3.50 US, so even more of a bargain for most of you.
You can still only purchase it with PayPal. I know a lot of you were hesitant about that last time, but seriously, PayPal is the best way to buy anything on the internet. They have the best record for protecting the buyer and they do look after you. You don’t have to open an account. You can just purchase with your credit card. I took a screen grab for you.
When you go to PayPal and get the description on the right you can see I have circled a section. If you don’t already have an account then you click on Pay with a credit or debit card. It is optional to open an account, you don’t have to do that.
I hope that helps people work out how to pay for it. Unfortunately, because I am in Australia I can’t give bank details or that sort of thing. It really is the best way to pay for it.
Very easy to do, just go to my website and click on the Add to Cart and go from there.
To find where to do that follow this link.
We are so excited about this issue and worked so hard on it. I’m sure you will find it really interesting too. We have had one review so far, and I was given permission to share it with you.
Congratulations to you and the contributing & editorial team on your second issue of Dynamic Range.
I wanted to just say that the bit I loved most about the first issue and also this one, was the section on the history of women in photography. I never realized that image of HC Andersen on the commemorative stamp was made from a photo… and even less that it was made by a photographer who was female.
History doesn’t recognize enough, the contributions of women. Photography is no different in this regard. Thank you for calling attention to this with your mag.
I will stop going on about it now. As you can tell no other news really. I’ve been so concentrated on getting it done.
Now that I have the second issue out of the way it is time to get working on my book. I have a lot photos to go through and I’m really looking forward to working out which ones to put in it. I can concentrate on that now for the next month or so.
The photos I have for you today are from a trip I did to Eildon about 12 months ago. It was one where we just drove around and stopped to take photos when we saw something we thought would be good. One of my favourite ways of taking photos.