A Brief History of The Photobook Club

This talk I gave at the Open Education conference in Vancouver (2012) tells the story of The Photobook Club in particular focusing on the importance of accessibility, discourse and experience. I hope you might enjoy it and share it.

- Matt

A Brief History of The Photobook Club from Matt Johnston on Vimeo.

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4 Responses to A Brief History of The Photobook Club

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  2. Brilliant, as usual, Matt! And, the meet-ups in so many locations now! Needed more than ever, the feel of the paper, the design surrounding the images…..You can’t get that online. Thank you so much for all your hard, but enjoyable work, sharing the great, published classics, as well as, current examples of our stunning medium, photography.
    Thanks, Matt, for The Photobook Club!

    • admin says:

      Loretta,

      Thank you so much for your comment, it’s great to know other people share my feelings on the photobook and the importance of the experience that cannot be replicated online!
      Thank you
      Matt

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