- The reproduction of the photos is better. After all, you are seeing the photograph in the form in which most images are created today – digitally. There are no print quality issues.
- Our photography ebooks are fixed layout and specifically designed for ebook delivery. They are not poor quality conversions of existing print books and they don’t have the boring layout of a reflowable ebook.
- You can pinch and zoom images to focus in on particular details or to enlarge the image to get a better view.
- You get more photos for your money – photography ebooks are much better value for money because prices are lower and you get more high quality images. Our PhotoWise Masterclass title by David Penprase, Developing a Photographic Style, is a perfect example – you get a great deal of valuable advice on how to develop your photographic style plus a gallery of 81 images by a master craftsman all for about £9 inc. VAT or $10. A similar print book might set you back nearly £30/$40.
- It is easier to take a ‘How to’ photography ebook with you into the field on your phone or tablet, or to have it open beside you at your desk. Ebooks always lie flat and open at the right page! Peter Cope’s practical guide to free image manipulation software includes advice on basic image manipulation techniques. This is an ideal resource to have open beside you when you are exploring freeware such as Snapseed, Gimp or smart phone apps.
- Live links – our photography ebooks are interactive – we link our text out to a wide variety of online content, thus extending the range of information available.
- We can cover topics in our photography ebooks that many print publishers would not regard as viable commercial propositions.
We make no compromises with our photography ebooks – they are professionally edited and designed and they are written by fantastic photographers who are also experienced authors. We publish our own books but we are also happy to produce photography books for authors who want to self-publish. Contact us if you would like to discuss a self-publishing project.