Douglas Stockdale

published by Edizioni Punctum (Punctum Press), Rome, Italy, 2011.

Photographs from the book are available

Limited Edition Book + Photograph Set

There are now two editions of a Limited Edition Book + Photograph Set available, the Fiuggi Edition and the Morolo Edition. Each version includes a
signed and number book with a matching signed and numbered archival processed pigment ink photograph. These are unique photographs from the
Ciociaria project and are not available in the book. The edition size for each of the two Limited Edition sets is limited to 25.

The Limited Edition book + photograph sets are $150.00 each and are exclusively available from either
Ampersand Gallery and Fine Books or photo-eye.

The regular (trade) edition of
Cioicaria is available from:

Ampersand (Portand OR)
photo-eye (internet book store, Sante Fe, NM)
La BAL (Paris, France)
Le Plac'Art Photo (Paris, France)

Douglas Stockdale and
Ciociaria are featured on:

Susan Burnstine's
The Photobook
Andrew Phelps's Buffet,
Aline Smithson's
Harvey Benge's  Photography+art+ideas
Karen Jenkins review in photo-eye magazine

Sharpening Photographs for Print on Demand (POD) Publishing - 2nd Edition
This technical book is for photographers who are interested in achieving the best printed results of their photographs in a Print on Demand (POD) book.
This book details how photographers need to sharpen their photographs for color half-tone printing. More about the soft cover book and how to purchase
it can be found
Ciociaria is a hardcover book with dust jacket that explores the
memory of a region in central Italy.

The book has 96 pages, with 50 color photographs, four color
lithographic printing and sewn binding in Italy ensures a delightful

Trim size: 9 1/2" x 8"

The two essays are by Marco Delogu and Douglas Stockdale.

The text is in English & Italian

The book price is $55.00 plus taxes and shipping costs.
Fiuggi Limited Edition Book + Photography set
Morolo Limited Edition Book + Photography set
News: Photographs from Ciociaria were acquired by the Museo d'Art Contemporaria di Roma (MACRO), Rome, Italy for their permanent collection
of contemporary photography