If you shoot with a Kodak DCS 520, DCS 620, NC 2000e, DCS 3 or Canon EOS D2000, considering snapping up a copy of my 1999 book, The Digital Photojournalist's Guide 4th Edition, before it's gone for good. The last printing of the 400 page tome on the use of digital cameras in photojournalism left the Little Guy Media warehouse in December for select dealers in Canada, the US and the UK.
Guide 4th Edition
The book, which covers shooting, browsing, adjusting in Photoshop and transmitting digital camera photos, includes a Mac/Windows CD-ROM of sample images that accompany the text. The 4th Edition of The Digital Photojournalist's Guide was released in early summer 1999, and focuses exclusively on Kodak's line of digital SLR's aimed at photojournalists, though many of the concepts discussed apply to any digital SLR.
For more information, or to locate a dealer, please peruse the DigiGuide web page. Note that I've decided not to write a D1 or D30 update to the book. Digital camera training, editing this site and being a new Dad occupy 100% of my time these days, leaving no time for me to write a 5th Edition of The Digital Photojournalist's Guide.
Thanks to everyone who has written in, suggesting that I reconsider my decision not to write a new edition of The Digital Photojournalist's Guide. I realize that there is a need for such a book on the D1, D30 and any new digital SLR cameras coming down the pike this year. Being a one-man operation, however, means that to author another book would require that I stop on-site digital camera training for an extended period. I really enjoy providing that training, and demand for it has been high since the D1 was released. Hence the need for me to shelve book writing for the foreseeable future. Please, no more emails on this subject. As grateful as I am to receive them, my mind is made up.