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1 Introduction: What Is a Photobook? 2 The Photobook: Publishing and the Marketplace [In Focus 1: Laia Abril - The Epilogue] 3 From Pictures to a Book: General Considerations [In Focus 2: Awoiska van der Molen - Sequester] 4 From Pictures to a Book: Editing and Sequencing [In Focus 3: Mariela Sancari - Moises] 5 From Pictures to a Book: Photobook Design [In Focus 4: Donald Weber - Interrogations] 6 From Pictures to a Book: Production [In Focus 5: Sjoerd Knibbeler - Paper Planes] 7 How to Make a Photobook (in 17 Rules) 8 References and Bibliography Acknowledgments
Dr. Jorg M. Colberg is a writer, photographer, and educator. He is currently a faculty member at Hartford Art School's International Limited-Residency Photography MFA Program, which is the only program of its kind to focus on photobooks. Since its inception in 2002, his Conscientious Photography Magazine (http://cphmag.com) has become one of the most widely read and influential websites dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography. Colberg has published articles and essays in numerous photography and design magazines, including British Journal of Photography, Creative Review, Chinese Photography Magazine, and FOAM Magazine.