“Self-publishing a book allows you to see things through,” the British photographer Stephen Gill says.
Gill is a renowned photographer. But he’s also developed a reputation in the publishing world too. For the last 14 years, he has self-published each photography series he has developed. And he has done so with success and extensive critical acclaim.
Publishing is difficult. Binding books in a way that does justice to the work within – but also makes financial sense and allows an artist to turn a profit – is a multifaceted skillset. It must be tempting for designers, photographers or artists to make use of all the apparatus that comes with a professional publishing house – not to mention an in-house PR team and a wide distribution network.
So why self-publish?
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