It’s that time of the year. It’s been a great season. I covered over 30 races this year, I have travelled over 22 000 miles, I got up at 4am all too often to capture the great, poignant or painful moments of the season. The end of the season is very close now and my new book about the season will be available soon. It is a very exciting project – just as it was last year and I am aiming to make an even better book this time. I received a lot of good feedback about the 2011/2012 book and I have used all this feedback to enhance this year’s edition further.
Why am I producing a book? Because I love large photo albums with great photos and good stories. While I let you be the judge whether the photos are great, I will strive to bring the best of my work in one, large-format, coffee table book, so when you want to look back on the past season, my book would take you back to all those exciting moments.
The format and the concept will largely remain the same: a big, colourful book about the 2012/2013 European cyclocross season, spread over 200 pages. If you are a regular visitor on my site, you know what to expect, if not, have a browse. [/one_half][one_half_last]The book will contain a delicate mixture of action shots and shots that attempt to catch the atmosphere of the venue, that show the passion of the fans and the rough beauty of this sport. Because I love cyclocross. I hope you do, too.
In the coming weeks, I will share further details about the book and there will be sample chapters available, too.
One more thing. This book, as all the previous ones, are self-published, and therefore every copy you buy helps me to keep this going, to keep on bringing you great photos during the season, week in week out. ORDER THE BOOK NOW FOR £29.99 >>>.
To entice you further, if you order the book before it goes to print on the 21st April, you will get a access to an exclusive gallery where you can download three of my photos in full resolution with rights for personal use (so you can print it out as many times as you want it but you can’t use it for any commercial or editorial purposes).[/one_half_last]