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Photographer Stuart Sipahigil is making his eBook available for free until April 30, 2020.

Here is the information from his website. I am including it here because the text is hard to read on his site.


During this trying time of social distancing and self isolation, I believe art has the ability to bring us some relief from the stress of daily life, and making more of it is always a good thing. Even if you’re now at home with the kids, or working from home, or just self-isolating to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, you can apply the principles of Close to Home to your photography.

So, for a limited time (until April 30), I’m making my popular ebook, Close to Home: Finding Great Photographs in Your Own Back Yard, available for free. Simply right click on the book title and and save it to your computer..

It’s a small thing, but perhaps you will find some inspiration here to make some great photographs of your own, even if you can’t travel far. If you have something you’d like to share, there’s still a Close to Home eBook Flickr group where you can post your favorite “close to home” photographs. You can also post them on social media using the hashtag #closetohome.

I’m looking forward to seeing what you can show us close to your home.



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