Martin Bailey is a Tokyo based nature, wildlife and portraiture photographer, sharing his photographic life experiences, as well as tips and techniques, via a weekly Podcast and Blog. Martin has recently created an eBook titled “Making the Print-Printing Techniques for the Digital Photographer”. I had a chance to chat with him via a Skype video call, and he touches on various tips, tricks, and techniques for photographers and print makers.
Martin has written a fantastic eBook that I would recommend every photographer or printmaker check out. It’s packed with a wealth of valuable information, based on years of experience by Martin. It is written in a thorough, yet concise manner, making it an easy and enjoyable read.
To puchase the eBook, use the shortlink or click on the image below: http://mbp.ac/cvmtp
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To learn more about Martin, check out his website: www.martinbaileyphotography.com. There, you can check out his blog, podcast, eBooks, tours, workshops, and so much more.
About Martin: Martin Bailey is a professional Nature, Wildlife and Portrait photographer, born in England though now a Japanese citizen, based in Tokyo.
Martin releases a weekly photography Podcast available in iTunes and on the blog. He is also a Craft & Vision author and a member of the X-Rite Coloratti, a group of the world’s top professional photographers who understand the importance of implementing color management in their digital workflow. He leads popular wildlife and landscape photography workshops and adventures into which he incorporates color management instruction in collaboration with X-Rite.
His work has been published by Popular Photography Magazine, X-Rite, Pomegranate, Korean Air, Creation Durable (Paris), Real Music and Light of Consciousness Magazine, among others. He had five pieces in a joint exhibit Viaggiando Immaginando, in Italy in 2005, and his first solo exhibition “The Nature of Japan” was held in Aoyama, Tokyo, in December 2010.