Sometimes books catch your eye when you’re browsing at the bookstore.
I finally caved and went to buy one of those adult coloring books, but I also looked at the photography and art section, just to see what was there. This one book stood out to me, and gave me ideas for an edit, so I took a photo.
If you don’t have a coloring book, you should definitely consider getting one. It can be relaxing, but also great for your creativity. Not surprisingly, there are free coloring book apps too, if you search the app store for “adult coloring books.” Tapping isn’t the same as making the strokes on paper, but its free.
Heres to 2016 being full of wild art. Find your limits and push yourself beyond them!
(I used the default camera app, snapseed, and icolorama to create this.)
The storm is always temporary. You might get pummeled by rain and hail, pushed around by the wind, or threatened by lightning, but it is always temporary.
Also temporary is the sale on our ebook! If you’re still looking for a gift for your photographer friend, or yourself, you can pick up Photograhy. Duh for just $5.99 through Light and Landscape Magazine on your iOS device. If you don’t have the free magazine you can go here to get it.
We’re so close to wrapping this one up! Going into this joint effort with Shannon Kalahan, I don’t think either of us really knew how much work we’d end up putting into it. I’ve lost count of how many times we’ve read it and made changes.
We are finally just about ready to unleash our funny, and educational, landscape photography ebook on the world. A few of our professional photographer peers have already read it and given us great reviews.
I have other ideas for my next book(s), but I’d like to know if you are more interested in a book on iPhone photography, or dslr photography?