Lazy Photographer Book – Book Flip


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Lazy Photographer Book Update:

So I finally received my copy of my new book “Theses Days Will Pass.” I really like how it came out. Upgrading to the 100# premium luster was definitely the right call. You can follow the link below to a YouTube video I made of a book flip of my book (where I flip through some of the pages for you). Keep in mind that the video is more contrasty than the book itself. Let me know what you think.

This copy comes in at 178 pages, but that brings it to around $115 bucks a book. With the help of a couple of photographers I really respect I plan to whittle it down to 140 pages, which will bring the cost down to under $90 a book, before taxes and shipping. As much as I’d love to keep the book as it is, I really don’t want to break that $100 dollar threshold.

You can watch the book flip video here: BookFlip

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10 Responses to Lazy Photographer Book – Book Flip

  1. James says:

    Congratulations, Dave! A very substantial body of work – many great images I have not seen before. Have you had your work exhibited before? I’m wondering if you’d be interested in a group show sometime… may bring expenses down…?

    • Thank you James. I did indeed do an exhibition, back in 2012. Showed 29 pieces. It went over very well. Sold only four, mind you, but not everyone wants their walls adorned with street photography. Not sure when I’d be in a position to do another show, but if you ever have plans feel free to let me know.

      • James says:

        Haha… yeah, I notice a definite difference between what us photographers like when it comes to our craft and what people like to see on their walls. To be fair, I guess I don’t necessarily want shots of random people on my walls either. 🙂

        I contacted a gallery in the fall and they said they’d get back to me when they have openings for a group show. Will keep you posted of any opportunity.

        I’ve also been thinking of organizing something where other artists can get together in person to share and critique each other’s work and talk gear and stuff. Many cities have street photography “collectives” that way. Would you have any interest in that at all?

        • It would all come down to timing for me. Presently I’m out of work and cannot afford to get involved in a show, but maybe someday. As for a meetup with other artists, I’d likely attend that. Keep me posted. Thanks.

        • James says:

          For sure! Just curious… what line of work are you in?

        • Well, I was owner/operator of a general contracting company for almost 20 years. I spent 11 years as Editor in Chief of a national trade magazine for a home inspection association. The last job I held I was a disbursements administrator for a multi-national stock transfer agency. So I don’t really fit into any particular line of work. Right now I’m looking for an admin role close to the Beaches in Toronto’s east end, where I live.

        • James says:

          OK – will keep you in mind if I hear of anything. 🙂

  2. Robert Smith says:

    WOW! This is awesome. I like it so much

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