Posts Tagged ‘Conflicted’

CONFLICTED eBook now available with 40% off and as a DRM free download.

CONFLICTED eBook now available with 40% off and as a DRM free download.

‘Conflicted: London’s Faces of Protest’ is now available as a DRM (Digital Rights Management) free download with now 40% off. Looking around at the digital book marketplace it’s time to dispense with DRM. Originally brought in by Adobe to safeguard authors against piracy, in the majority of cases it has instead thwarted users from being able […]


Feedback & Reactions to ‘Conflicted’

Feedback & Reactions to 'Conflicted'

Last month I gave a talk both at the Applestore in London’ s Regent Street and the London Photo Forum. It was a great opportunity to explain to other potential authors what lies ahead of creating their own photo books and hear what people thought about Conflicted. In fact, during the Photo Forum talk, one  […]


Talk at London Photo Forum

Talk at London Photo Forum

Tonight I’ll be talking again about my electronic photo book Conflicted: London’s Faces of Protest at this month’s London Photo Forum (http://photo-forum NULL.org/). It takes place at 6pm downstairs in the Jacobs Pro Lounge at 74 New Oxford Street London WC1A 1EU As before, I’ll be covering the how the eBook was made, including the successes, setbacks and lessons […]


From Photographs to eBooks

Please join me at the Applestore, Regent St from 7pm to 8pm on Tuesday 8th November 2011 where I’ll be talking about my electronic photo book Conflicted: London’s Faces of Protest. I’ll be discussing the whole process of creating the eBook, including the successes, setbacks, lessons learnt and what eBooks / ePublishing might mean as a whole for […]


eBook now available

After what feels like a very long time ‘Conflicted: London’s Faces of Protest’ is finally available as digital ebook through the Apple iBoosktore. With the publishing world undergoing to the same ‘pricing vs distribution’ revolution that hit the music industry, it seemed the logical thing to do. We will be developing a print version of […]