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Of the hundreds of articles I have had published, only a handful were not illustrated with my pictures. Whether the words sold the pictures or the pictures sold the words is impossible to determine but it seems obvious that a package offered to an editor must make his or her job easier if they do not have to seek pictures to illustrate the words. There is, of course, the proviso that the subject of the article is what they want and the words and pictures are up to scratch.

If you are wanting to make some sort of cash return on the investment you have made in your photography, perhaps you should consider adding words to your pictures.

This small e-book tells you how I have gone about combining words and pictures and it might give you an idea or two to help you get started putting words with your pictures.

Until the end of 2019 I am offering my e-book, Put Words with your Pictures as a freebie to those of you who would like to do what the title says. Just email me at d.bigwood@bigpond.com with ‘Put Words with your Pictures’ in the subject line and I will send the ebook to you.

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One of the framed prints on display at the Jindabyne Visitor Centre during November. Image size is 57x23cms. A limited edition of 20. Prints of my photos hang in private collections in Australia, UK, Canada and the Cayman Islands.

Just a week to go before this new e-book is published. Just a week to go to buy at the pre-publication price of $US1-99 from Kobo, Apple or Barnes and Noble.

Thsnk you to the individual who bought a tote bag, a throw cushion and 3 Greeting cards with this picture of Spencers Creek in the summer from Red Bubble.
https://www.redbubble.com/people/dbigwood?asc=u

Available on pre-order at Kobo, Barnes and Noble or Apple in many different formats including for Kindle. Also available through
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/960113

Available as a pre-order at $US1-99. To be published on 1 November at $US2-99

Australia: Snow gum trunk, Snowy Mountains, NSW

Included in my latest batch of photos accepted into the Alamy photo library is this picture of a sturdy snow gum. To go to my portfolio with Alamy, click https://tinyurl.com/y6sm6c87

Snow gums, Snowy Mountains, Australia

One of the framed prints that I will be putting into the joint exhibition with Deb Paton in the Jindabyne Visitor Centre during November. If you would like to enquire about it e-mail me at d.bigwood@bigpond.com with ‘8202377’ as the subject.

6013-9a Sun setting over Lake Jindabyne in Australia’s Snowy Mountains, NSW

536 H. I do like black and white photography. This picture of a gum tree in the Snowy Mountains was made on my RZ67 camera using Ilford HP5 film and processed in Ilford ID11 developer in my darkroom (oh, I do miss it!). If you would like to have details of availability of prints of this picture, please email me at d.bigwood@bigpond.com with ‘536 H’ as the message.

Australia: Gum tree, Snowy Mountains, NSW
Lone gum tree in Snowy Mountains, NSW, Australia with cloudy sky

3061 Lone gum tree, Snowy Mountains, NSW. To get details of prints of this image available for sale, please contact me at d.bigwood@bigpond.com with ‘3061’ as the message.

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