The PhotoBook Journal

June 1, 2013

Douglas Stockdale – In Passing

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Copyright Douglas Stockdale 2008, self published.

This aftermath project explores my on-going series; memory and its preservation.

Hardcover book with dust jacket, one photograph plate per page spread with captions on the facing page. This book is out of print and now sold out.

Best regards

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  3. […] a great validation of this somewhat controversial project and led to my subsequent publication of In Passing in a hardcover book through Blurb (Now sold out and out of […]

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  4. […] was a pretty awesome artistic validation! I subsequently self-published a large format photobook of In Pasing thru Blurb in a small edition (about 13 copies),which is now out of […]

    Pingback by Black & White Photographic Challenge – Day 3 | Doug Stockdale's Singular Images — October 22, 2014 @ 9:22 pm

  5. […] in their Jan/Feb 2008 #74 issue, then I self-published a hard cover photobook  of In Passing using Blurb (which was juried into a self-publishing photobook exhibition in Portland, OR) and one image, […]

    Pingback by In Passing – Lest I Forget | Doug Stockdale's Singular Images — November 1, 2015 @ 11:09 pm

  6. […] with planning, producing, and marketing photo books, and as an author of a number of them himself (In Passing, Ciociaria, Pine Lake, Bluewater Shore), he is able to lay out logical and creative patterns for […]

    Pingback by Douglas Stockdale – Guide to Self-Publishing an Indie Artist Book | The PhotoBook Journal — November 3, 2017 @ 3:10 pm

  7. […] with planning, producing, and marketing photo books, and as an author of a number of them himself (In Passing, Ciociaria, Pine Lake, Bluewater Shore), he is able to lay out logical and creative patterns for […]

    Pingback by Douglas Stockdale – Guide to Self-Publishing an Indie Artist Book | SoCal PhotoExchange — November 3, 2017 @ 3:43 pm

  8. […] self-published America, My Way and Nancy Rexroth’s IOWA. I also shared by Blurb book dummy In Passing and introduced my photobook Middle Ground to illustrate the development of a hands-on book dummy, […]

    Pingback by Photo Book as Art – Artist talk at PADA | Doug Stockdale's Singular Images — March 3, 2018 @ 12:35 pm

  9. […] My Way and Nancy Rexroth’s IOWA. I also shared by Blurb book dummy In Passing and introduced my photographic project Middle Ground to illustrate the development of a book […]

    Pingback by Photo Book pop-up exhibit and curator talk at Palos Verdes Art Center | The PhotoBook Journal — March 4, 2018 @ 3:32 pm

  10. […] has previously featured or reviewed the following other books by Douglas Stockdale:  Ciociaria, In Passing, Pine Lake, Bluewater Shore, and Guide to Self-Publishing an Indie Artist […]

    Pingback by Douglas Stockdale – Middle Ground / En Medio Tierra | The PhotoBook Journal — May 31, 2018 @ 2:43 pm


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