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The Power of Books: A Discussion with iocolor, Braided River, and the Sierra Club

At Blue Earth’s Collaborations for Cause, iocolor’s own Gary Hawkey joined an expert panel on the importance of books and specifically how they’re used to promote conservation efforts. The other panelists, Helen Cherullo from Braided River and Dan Ritzman from the Sierra Club, described books created by their organizations and […]

By |April 14, 2014|Community News, Photography|Comments Off

See “Seattle Through Your Lens” Feature on Frommer’s

This week, Frommer’s travel site asked David Barnes to share photos of some must-visit Seattle locations, as well as advice on how to get great shots at each. The beautiful images come straight from David’s e-book, Seattle Through Your Lens: A Practical Guide to Photographing Seattle. Visit Frommer’s to see the slideshow.

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By |March 6, 2014|Community News, Photography|Comments Off

The Blue Earth Book: Visual Storytelling Makes an Impact

The result of a successful Kickstarter campaign, this book is not only beautiful, it’s compelling and convicting. Blue Earth Alliance is an organization that supports photographers’ efforts to tell stories through their images. But these aren’t just any stories, they’re stories that inspire change. Blue Earth president Dan Lamont says, […]

By |December 11, 2013|Community News, Featured Book|0 Comments

“The Photography of Modernist Cuisine” Merits Its Own Exhibit

The Photography of Modernist Cuisine: The Exhibition opened at the Pacific Science Center last Saturday. With their scientific understanding of cooking, practical culinary advice, and innovative food photography, the Modernist Cuisine books have experienced resounding success. In fact, the photography alone sparked enough interest to earn not only its own book, […]

By |October 30, 2013|Community News|0 Comments