February 21, 2012

Ed’s new book “Photojournalisms,” published by Nazraeli Press, is coming out soon (more information). The support one gets by having a publisher involved in a book project is not to be underestimated, however, there are many alternatives. The windfall perhaps of the digital age, is the surge in the appreciation of the photo book. Services offered by Blurb, Edition One and LuLu, to name a few, allow you to invest in your own volume and self publish a small run.

Furthermore, there are venues from which you can sell your self published book. We asked FotoEvidence about their new online bookstore and what the requirements are for being represented there.

FotoEvidence: “There are just two requirements for a book to be considered for our self-published book section: the book to be self published; the book to be documentary. Our editorial focus is on social documentary and of course we review the books before we listed them on the FE site.  To review a book we need a copy of the book sent to our address or  an email with a description of the book  sent to our editorial director David Stuart at: email hidden; JavaScript is required

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Finally, if you are looking for photo-books to purchase (other than the self-published options above), check out this online sale arranged by photographer, Leif Skoogfors.

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