Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Extreme Macro -the Art of Patience eBook

Extreme Macro -the Art of Patience is now available as an eBook. You can also order it via iTunes

13 comments:

PvR said...

Miss your blog entries but I suppose you said all of the things you feel are important.

Good luck with sales and I found enough funds to get the eBook.

John Kimbler said...

Please let me know how you like it PvR!

I do plan on getting back to posting, but it's like you said I have to have something to say (I hate publishing just for the sake of it).

PvR said...

It took a bit of doing but I am finally seeing the eBook.

I had figured there must be some way to see this on a PC but apparently not. So, an iPad purchase later (wife's birthday gift, two birds, one stone kind of thing), and I have to tell you, it looks great on that retina display.

PvR said...

It took a bit of doing but I am finally seeing the eBook.

I had figured there must be some way to see this on a PC but apparently not. So, an iPad purchase later (wife's birthday gift, two birds, one stone kind of thing), and I have to tell you, it looks great on that retina display.

John Kimbler said...

Glad you like the book! :)

Ryan Hermann said...

Hey man, just found your site! great stuff! I have been getting into macro shots lately and I am greatly enjoying it. Ive been posting quite a few at my blog ryanhermann.blogspot.com . I will definitely be following you and looking into your book man!

John Kimbler said...

Good luck with your blog Ryan!

jim messer said...

I bought your book a few weeks ago, but didn't have time until today to read it. Now I wish I would have read it months ago. Great stuff; really enjoyed it. It's helping to breathe life back into my macro obsession. I've been a big fan of yours for years- as long as I've been into photography. Personally, I never thought I'd be able to take "great" macro shots. I think a macro was one of the first lens that I bought and I did little with it. For years. I picked it up recently and have really started using it more the last year. I've been wanted to make the move the an mpe65, but I am working on my manual focusing with a 100mm for right now. I can look back and see growth, however, I want to be able to lie to people- I don't like my black blown out back grounds. I also need to find those magic angles. You've offered some amazing advice and I extremely grateful for the things you've done for macro photography as a whole. Thank you very much!

Jim Messer
http://www.flickr.com/photos/eeek5127

jim messer said...

I bought your book a few weeks ago, but didn't have time until today to read it. Now I wish I would have read it months ago. Great stuff; really enjoyed it. It's helping to breathe life back into my macro obsession. I've been a big fan of yours for years- as long as I've been into photography. Personally, I never thought I'd be able to take "great" macro shots. I think a macro was one of the first lens that I bought and I did little with it. For years. I picked it up recently and have really started using it more the last year. I've been wanted to make the move the an mpe65, but I am working on my manual focusing with a 100mm for right now. I can look back and see growth, however, I want to be able to lie to people- I don't like my black blown out back grounds. I also need to find those magic angles. You've offered some amazing advice and I extremely grateful for the things you've done for macro photography as a whole. Thank you very much!

Jim Messer
http://www.flickr.com/photos/eeek5127

John Kimbler said...

Glad you like the book Jim! I'm hoping to get back to shooting macro myself -too much real life got in the way of my hobby.

Shahana Shafiuddin said...

Really good.

Shahana Shafiuddin said...

Thanks to you, because of your pictures we could see the beauty of the small insects.

John Kimbler said...

Thanks Shahana!