We are pleased to announce that our newest photography eBook, New Zealand Tip-to-Tip, is now available for purchase and download, for a cost of $12.99 Canadian. This 250 page eBook contains over 400 original photographs and provides readers with information on 89 locations in New Zealand.
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This eBook is the product of three trips to New Zealand between 2013 and 2018. We spent a total of about 3 months on the ground driving throughout New Zealand and photographing various locations in this spectacular country.
To replicate the way most holiday travellers capture their images, all of our photographs were done on a ‘catch as catch can’ basis with most of them taken between 9 am and 5 pm.
During each of our New Zealand trips we were on tight schedules and we did not go back to the same location day after day waiting for ideal conditions.
Like most travellers, we faced plenty of cloudy and rainy conditions and simply did the best we could with the weather we faced each day.
We felt that taking this approach would produce a realistic collection of images that most readers could replicate.
New Zealand Tip-to-Tip is designed to appeal to a wide variety of readers. These include:
- people who enjoy landscape and travel photography in general
- folks who want to learn a bit more about New Zealand and experience it vicariously through photographs
- people who may be interested in travelling to New Zealand.
If you would like to read a detailed article about New Zealand Tip-to-Tip and view some sample pages, you can use the link provided.
If you would like to purchase a copy of New Zealand Tip-to-Tip you can use the Buy button below. The cost for the eBook is $12.99 Canadian.
A Note about eBook Downloads
The download is a two-stage process. When you first click on the Buy Button you will be transferred to the PayPal site for you to make your payment. Once that is completed you will be redirected back to the website. You must wait for a minute or two after the PayPal logo has disappeared before you begin your download. There will be a pause for several minutes while the website prepares a personalized copy of the eBook you just purchased. This delay is normal. Do not click a second time as this will interrupt the creation of your personalized eBook. After a few minutes, the download will then begin. Your copy of the eBook you just purchased will have a QR code unique to you, and your password will be your email address that you used when purchasing the eBook.
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