Group f.64 Signed Book Giveaway

Mary Street Alinder Group f.64 Book Signing at the Scott Nichols Gallery

Mary Street Alinder Group f.64 Book Signing at the Scott Nichols Gallery

This past weekend I had the pleasure of meeting Mary Street Alinder during her Group f.64 book signing at the Scott Nichols Gallery. If you’re unfamiliar with Mary Street Alinder she was an assistant to Ansel Adams also wrote Ansel Adams: A Biography. Her latest book chronicles the famous Group f.64 photography movement that included Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Dorothea Lange, Willard Van Dyke and Edward Weston. If you’re a fan of photography and the West Coast Photographic Movement then this book, which also contains 100 photographs by and of its members, should be high on your list to read and add to your photo book collection.

Win A Signed Copy
Did you miss out on meeting Mary Street Alinder and getting a signed copy of her book?
Lucky for you I had my blog readers in mind and picked up a second copy that Mary was kind enough to sign. If you’d like to win this signed copy of her book fill out the form below and add a comment to this blog post letting me know what you’ve been up to with your photography, how you’ve been, etc. I’ll randomly pick & announce a winner in 2 weeks on Wednesday December 24th, 2015. Again to enter fill out the form and leave a comment.  Spread the word of my little giveaway and good luck!



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Jim Goldstein is a professional photographer and author, based out of San Francisco, California who specializes in outdoor and nature photography. Passionate about nature and the environment Jim infuses elements of the natural world into his commercial, editorial and fine art work. For more follow Jim on Google+ | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Subscribe
  • Elvis Rowe

    Fell into another rut. Haven’t had my gear out in a a few months now. With winter setting in my favorite photography, infrared, is starting to fall out of season. Just need to get motivated.

  • Richard Wong

    I’d love to have this copy of the book, Jim. I met her husband Jim Alinder at their Gualala gallery earlier this year while returning from a camping trip in the Mendocino area. That was quite the little gallery!

  • Bill Jackson

    Doing a lot of night shooting in San Francisco…

  • Bill Jackson

    Doing a lot of night photography in San Francisco recently…

  • Chris

    Hi Jim, thanks for running the contest. I’ve just started a new job and just finished moving, so the photography has taken a back seat recently, but I’ve been working on processing some photos I took a couple of months ago in some cemeteries of the tombstone monuments and artwork that I find so fascinating. I’ve also been doing some photography at night just walking around and seeing what catches my eye. It’s amazing how something that’s totally mundane during the day can be so interesting at night.

  • Jack

    Hi Jim, This is a lovely book to give away. I and my father who taught me phototography have always been inspired by this group of photographers. Happy Holidays to you and your readers.

  • Ken

    Cool. The book would be a nice addition to my collection of Adams’ books. I’ve been trying night/milky way photography mostly in recent months.