After first being pretty upset and ready to blast the company on this blog, I was really pleasantly surprised to receive this booklet with ten of my Cyanotypes. When I first ordered it through issuu I was informed that it would take about 13 days – after about a month went by and I had not received it, I started to get concerned, but then voilà it arrived and much to my surprise I noticed that it had come from Amsterdam. That explained it! If you have not checked out the issuu web site, I highly recommend you take a look at it. On it you can ‘publish’ your work in an e-book format by simply uploading a PDF to the site. Then, if you want to, you can have the thing printed. I thought I would give it a try, especially since the cost would be under $15.00 – I felt I had little to lose. So I ordered this 6.5″ x 8.5″ booklet, expecting to get something printed on cheap paper and stapled, instead I received this very attractively bound and printed volume. It had taken me not more than ten minutes to put the thing together and upload it. I had not even bothered with any kind of copyright notice, foreword, author’s name, and all the usual stuff that goes with a publication. Please pardon the rather poor photos of the booklet. I just did them in mixed light, hand-holding my camera with the lens wide open and a ridiculously slow shutter speed. The company that printed it is Peecho, Roking 75, 1012 KL Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I am impressed!
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