The Vision Driven Photographer: A New Craft & Vision eBook by David DuChemin

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The Vision Driven Photographer - an eBook by David duChemin

Think of any photographer whose work you admire and the chances are that you are drawn to it because of the way they express their creative vision. There’s something about their images that draws you in and gives you a glimpse of something that’s deeper and wider than simply the sum of the compositional elements.

Expressing creative vision is difficult. That’s why good photographers are rare. Vision goes beyond technique and style. You can’t just see a photo that you like, copy the techniques used and become a master photographer.

“Why does vision matter? It results in images that better express what we want to say, and those are the images that are the most personal, the most gratifying, and the most compelling to the people who will look at our photographs.”

– David DuChemin, The Vision Driven Photographer

The Vision Driven Photographer

The Vision Driven Photographer - an eBook by David duChemin

Vision matters – it’s something that David duChemin talks about on his blog and it’s the theme of his latest eBook ‘The Vision Driven Photographer: Notes on Discovering and Refining Your Vision‘. He discusses personal vision and why it’s so important for photographers. But it’s not just theory – there is good, practical advice and a series of creative exercises that will get you thinking about your vision and how to find it.

When I was starting out in photography I thought that master photographers like David duChemin had all the answers figured out. It turns out they don’t – the masters are continually learning, growing and finding new ways of expressing themselves. They don’t stand still. This eBook will help you get further along with that process.

The Vision Driven Photographer is available now as a downloadable PDF for just $5USD. As always, there’s a special offer for the first few days. If you use the promotional code DRIVEN4 when you checkout, you can have the PDF version of The Vision Driven Photographer for only $4 OR use the code DRIVEN20 to get 20% off when you buy 5 or more PDF eBooks from the Craft & Vision collection. These codes start at 1:00am PST, November 24th, 2010 and expire at 11:59pm PST November 28th, 2010.

Special $20 Gift Coupon

We have something new for you at Craft & Vision – Gift Coupons. Ideal for Christmas or as a gift. The Gift Coupon is issued in the form of a six digit code which you can forward to the recipient (or even write in a greetings card). It’s redeemable at the Craft & Vision website when you order four or more* eBooks – just enter the code at the checkout to receive the discount.

* The Gift Coupons don’t retain any unspent value for future use – you can’t spent $10 now and $10 later. So spend it all at once!

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