Turn your travel photos into a coffee-table book you can cherish forever!
Garry Trinh (Blurb Sydney) and Dan Milnor (Blurb photographer at large) will teach you how to best use the Blurb publishing platform. They will cover topics such as utilizing more than one format, typography, the difference between a book and a magazine, themed books and how to best create a travel book.
Before the end of the class, you will get the chance to make your own personal travel book, beautiful enough to make all your family and friends jealous!
Students should bring their computer, a selection of prints, a sense of humor and zeal in regard to what is possible! Be prepared to unlearn as much as possible and to do many of the things you were told never to do!!!
About Gary & Dan of Blurb
Garry Trinh is a photo media artist, graphic designer and tutor. He has spent the last 6 years teaching creative people how to successfully publish their own books and magazines. His books are part of the Art Gallery of NSW collection. He has exhibited at the Australian Centre for Photography, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Blacktown Arts Centre, China Heights, Stills Gallery, Gallery 4A and many others.
Daniel Milnor is “Photographer at Large” for Blurb. He is serial book and magazine maker who has been self-publishing since the early 1990’s. His work is in the collections of The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The George Eastman House and The Santa Barbara Museum of Art.