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SALE OVER :( On Cyber Monday, November 28, 2011 only, I will be offering a coupon code for $5 off the price of most of my PDF camera guides.  Any guide on the Full Stop website with the current price of $10.99 will be available for $5.99 (with the coupon code).  That’s almost 50% off! […]

Online and PDF versions of this press release available here: http://www.dojoklo.com/writing/PressReleases/2011-09-29-Press_Release.htm Full Stop Publishing good writing for better photography www.dojoklo.com/Full_Stop PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Douglas Klostermann E Mail – doug@dojoklo.com Independent E-Book Publishing Company Celebrates Successful First Year Independent E-Book Publisher Takes Advantage of Newly Leveled Playing Field to Successfully Compete with Traditional […]

I’ve just viewed one of the more frustrating and disappointing videos that I’ve seen in awhile. You know all those magazine ads lately about the importance of magazines and “the Power of Print?”  The ones with all the different fonts and you get to try to guess which letter came from which magazine? I just […]

My two latest photography e-book guides, Canon 7D Experience and Ten Steps to Better dSLR Photography are both “Hot New Releases” in the Amazon Kindle Photography Equipment category! Of course, I’m always second fiddle to Bryan Peterson… Each of these guides can help you to learn more about the functions, settings, and features of your […]

Ten Steps to Better dSLR Photography is an e-book guide to help digital SLR photographers take control of their camera and the images they create. Capturing great images with your dSLR should not be the occasional result of chance and luck.  By taking control of your camera, its functions, and its settings you can begin […]

I have completed a Canon 7D e book user’s guide, Canon 7D Experience – The Still Photographer’s Guide to Operation and Image Creation that goes beyond the EOS 7D manual to help you learn when and why to use the various controls, features, and custom settings of this powerful camera, including the advanced and sophisticated […]

I have completed an e-book camera user’s guide for the Canon EOS 7D called Canon 7D Experience. Like all my previous Full Stop camera guides, Canon 7D Experience explains not only the features, functions, settings, and controls of the camera, but also – and more importantly – when and why to use them in your […]

My lists of Peru and Cusco resources later in the post, click here: Peru – Cusco Resources There are a couple Peruvian / Andean related books that have recently been published and which I both just finished reading:  the wonderfully woven travel stories, characters, and histories of Turn Right at Machu Picchu by Mark Adams, […]

It was recently announced that the Harry Potter books will finally be made available in e-book versions, and offered in an arrangement with Google Books. While this option will provide e-book formats for virtually every e-reader out there, I find this choice for the e-book platform incredibly disappointing due to Google’s unfavorable treatment of all […]

I came across an e-book service that promises to distribute your e-book to 25 stores, all for a reasonable price of under $50.  While that is a great price for that service due to the time and careful effort that must be put into the process of uploading and entering information to several sites, you […]

My latest e-book, The E-Book Handbook, is now available! The E-Book Handbook – A Thoroughly Practical Guide to Formatting, Publishing, Marketing, and Selling Your E-Book is a comprehensive guide that will help you create, publish, and market your own e-book, and sell it online through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Apple iTunes and iBooks – […]

As some of you may know, popular travel and culture photographer and blogger David duChemin suffered an accident in Italy a couple months ago, falling from a wall and shattering his ankles.  He spent about 40 days in a hospital, but has recently been released and continues to recover. As he recovered, he worked on […]

Amazon has released a list of the most well-read cities in America, based on the data they have compiled from book, magazine, newspaper, and e-book sales.  And it only seems appropriate that my e-book empire is headquartered in the number one well-read city:  Cambridge, MA!  Here is a preview of the list: Cambridge, Mass. Alexandria, […]

I was checking on the sales of my e-books on Amazon, and discovered my latest book, Nikon D5100 Experience, is caught in a Scott Kelby sandwich in the list of Photography Bestsellers in the Amazon Kindle Store.  Yes, his Digital Photography Book v.1 is at number 2 and his Digital Photography Book box set is […]

This just in from Craft and Vision and Nicole S. Young: New eBook Available: (micro)STOCK: From Passion to Paycheck by Nicole S. Young is a jam-packed guide to producing, managing, and marketing your photographs for digital distribution on the micro-stock market. There is a lot more to stock photography than uploading a bunch of pictures […]

My e-book user’s guide for the Nikon D5100, called Nikon D5100 Experience, is the best-selling, most popular guide to the camera currently available!  How did I learn this?  Because it is the only guide to the D5100 currently available! Through the flexibility of independent e-publishing, Nikon D5100 Experience is available months before any of the […]

A friend of mine discovered that one of my ebooks, for T2i Experience, appears in an example photo in the Nook Color Manual.  It is on page 63 of the PDF guide, in the Nook Friends lending section, right there with The Count of Monte Cristo!  Click on the image to see the entire Nook […]

Nikon D5100 User’s Guide My latest eBook user’s guide, Nikon D5100 Experience – The Still Photographer’s Guide to Operation and Image Creation with the Nikon D5100, is available for purchase!  This guide will not only help you to learn the functions, controls, and custom settings of the D5100, but also when and why to use […]

If you have been reading my blog for a while, you will know that I’ve written several times about humanitarian and travel photographer David Duchemin.  His blog, books, podcasts, and images were all extremely helpful and inspiring when I was starting my own journey as a humanitarian and culture photographer, and he continued to inspire […]

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