When a friend recently suggested I do an eBook, I was not immediately on board.
First, I know that they are a ton of work, with very little payoff. After all, eBooks aren’t making very many millionaires out there.
Second, I may be on the road now, but I feel like I have less “free” time now than I did when I lived in the city. And third, what the heck do I know about creating an eBook!?
“So what’s the point?” I thought to myself.
“Well, they’re a way you can give back a little,” he said. “You can reach a whole new segment of your following. The people that can’t necessarily afford the time or expense of doing one of your workshops… Or just the people who are the ‘do it yourselfers.'”
That part resonated with me. I’ve always been the “do it yourself” type. Opting to do the research myself rather than go on a workshop.
I’ve since changed a little and take workshops at least once a year when I can, because I see the benefit of working closely with others, but I still relate to this other segment of folks who follow my work.
But I wasn’t satisfied with the “old way” of doing books. I wanted this to be an experience that puts all the tools needed to get the most out of a photo trip right at the finger tips of anyone reading.
So I set out to make a fully interactive, organized information dump that people can carry right on their cell phone, on location, or read on their tablet on a flight, or simply cross-reference and research from their home computer while in the planning phase. Wherever and whenever.
I am excited to announce the first in a (hopefully) long series of National Park photography guides, The Photographic Guide To Rocky Mountain National Park.
It’s available for direct purchase and download on my website right now, and soon to be available on Amazon.
Please check it out. I’d love to know what you think. You can also download a free sample HERE.
Soon to follow, Grand Teton, Big Bend, and Yellowstone.
Ellen and I have hit the road full-time! We are on a mission to inspire and educate everyone on the importance of getting outside. Check out my workshops and my prints, made #ontheroad in my mobile print studio. The revenue will help propel us further and further on this great adventure. Enrich yourself and others… and feel great about it too as you’re helping to ensure our wild lands are cherished and to keep the wild spirit of the American Dream alive. Our goal is to visit all 59 National Parks in 2-4 years. LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT WE’RE DOING HERE
Want to learn photography and enjoy a guided experience? Check out my exciting, NEW workshop dates: TELLURIDE // LANDSCAPE + MOUNTAIN LIGHT // 2016 – SOLD OUT TELLURIDE // LANDSCAPE + MOUNTAIN LIGHT (Trip 2) // 2016 – ONLY 2 SPOTS AVAILABLE LOCAL + PRIVATE WORKSHOP // 2016 – AFFORDABLE RATES FOR ME TO COME TO YOU BIG BEND // LANDSCAPE + NIGHT SKY // 2017 – MOST POPULAR! 6 SPOTS AVAILABLE LEARN PHOTO + CAMERA BASICS // DALLAS // 2016 – 20 SPOTS! I’m excited to announce my “The Photographic Guide to Our National Parks” series of eBooks: See what’s NEW + download your free Rocky Mountain National Park sample when it releases! If you are interested in purchasing a “print from the road”, please check my prints for sale, or email me directly for a custom request: Andrew R. Slaton | photographer // prints If you are interested in licensing any of the images/ video from this post, please visit my stock agency: Tandem Stills + Motion // Andrew R. Slaton Image Brief // Andrew R. Slaton For assignment work requests, please email me: email@example.com Thanks for visiting AndrewSlatonBlog.com all images and content © ARS Media, LLC 2016
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