Though the oldtimer fly-in at Koksijde was a pretty nice event, it was quite difficult to take some decent shots. That’s one of the reasons I didn’t bother to edit any until now. Don’t expect to many pictures from this event, but these two I didn’t want to withhold as I like them.
Today my book arrived by mail and I’m really excited about how it looks. Some of the pictures actually look better in print than they did on the computerscreen. It was the goal all along to see my pictures in print and have some kind of portfolio to show to people. That’s the main reason I decided not to put the entire book online. You can always scroll through this blog or my website if you want to see my shots. It really is about the material thing. Having a book in your hands and seeing them on paper. And that is the reason why I did put the book for sale on Blurb. So those who wish to have their own copy or want to support me. Go to the following link: http://www.blurb.com/books/5689790-c-l-o-u-d-h-e-a-d
You can also watch a little preview there. You can choose between softcover, hardcover( dustjacket or imagewrap). Delivery takes about a week. If you order, don’t forget to check for coupons. Some of those give you a 20 to 30% discount! Blurb regularly posts codes on their social media too.
Happy to post a last blogpost about the Blurb book project. I finished working on it yesterday and it’s looking quite good. There are still a couple of shots I’m not quite sure of, but the book certainly gives a broad look on aviation and it should do it’s job as a portfolio as well. I hope to have it online by next week and have my own copy ordered. And for those who wish to sponsor me, I’ll try to keep the cost as low as possible, but the full production cost goes to Blurb.