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Behind the Cuisine-Scene: “Notes From a Kitchen”

We often work on cookbooks, since many of them are image-intensive. Sometimes these images are included to enhance recipes, as in many of the Chronicle Books titles we assist with. But in the case of Notes From a Kitchen, the images convey the chef’s experience–shedding light on the creative process […]

By |March 21, 2014|Featured Book, 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.

Frommer’s […]

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

Art Wolfe’s “Human Canvas Project”: A New Era in Black & White Printing

Not only is Art Wolfe’s Human Canvas Project a milestone in his career, it marks the advent of a new, better way to print black & white images. When we were given The Human Canvas Project, the question was asked, how do we do black & white reproduction better than […]

By |February 5, 2014|Featured Book, Photography, Printing & Pre-Press|Comments Off

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Photography, with David Barnes

As promised, acclaimed photographer David Barnes has agreed to share some simple ways to improve your photography. With 40 years of professional photography under his belt, David’s advice is invaluable. While most of us will never be National Geographic photographers, following these tips will help anyone take better photos.

Many people […]

By |January 16, 2014|Photography|0 Comments