A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio – Media Reviews and Events

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Julie Washington, Homes Editor for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, wrote a review of A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio in the Thursday, July 7 issue. Here’s a link:

http://www.cleveland.com/insideout/index.ssf/2011/07/photographer_ian_adams_sees_hi.html

Carl Feather also wrote a review of the book on June 30 in the Ashtabula Star Beacon:

http://starbeacon.com/local/x652253399/Premier-landscape-photographer-divulges-craft-secrets-in-new-guidebook

I will be joining Dee Perry to talk about the book on Monday, July 11 on her WVIZ radio program, Around Noon. Here’s a link for more information:

http://www.ideastream.org/an

The Learned Owl Bookstore in Hudson, Ohio will be sponsoring a slide program about the book, followed by a book signing, at the Hudson Library and Historical Society on August 25, 2011 at 7:00 pm.

 

 

 

 

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. I love the book. This is exactly what I ‘ve been looking for. It’s got me excited about photography again. I currently have it from the library but will be buying it soon from myself and as a gift for a friend. Will you be doing any book signings in Columbus?

  2. Rose, I’m glad you are enjoying the book. I’m sure we will be scheduling some book signings in Columbus later in the year. In the meantime, Steve Stevens, Travel Editor for the Columbus Dispatch, will be publishing a review of the book on Sunday, July 24.

  3. Ian: I’ve been a fan of yours for the past three or four years since finding out about some of your works. I have three or four of your photo books of scenes around Ohio. I work as an editor for Record Publishing Co. in Stow, and take many road trips around Ohio visiting historic and nostalgic places, and taking many photos. Several of them are the same subjects — buildings and scenery — that you have taken. I love to shoot old buildings — historic or otherwise — schools, covered bridges, etc. I’ve even shot a lot of old buildings, mansions and barns which are in bad shape. I take pride in my photos and people say I should publish them in a book or calendar some day. I don’t have a real expensive camera, just a Nikon D-90, but it does a great job as long as the operator has an eye to capture just the right photo. I hope to attend your appearance at the Hudson Library on Aug. 25.

  4. Ken: Consider producing a self-published book of your Ohio photos using a Web-based service such as Blurb.com. Your Nikon D-90 is an excellent camera – I use its successor, a Nikon D7000, for much of my Ohio photography. Hope to meet you in Hudson on August 25.

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