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Julieanne Kost is a Photoshop evangelist for Adobe. Luckily for us, she’s also transformed the constant air travel that’s part of her job into a book featuring gorgeous photos she’s taken from planes and provoking commentary on sustaining creativity.
In this excerpt, you’ll see some of the photos (named for the flight path, such as “London to San Francisco, 2004”) and benefit from lessons Kost has learned as she tries to be true to her creative self in a world that demands we make a living, too.
Kost captured this watery scene from the window of a plane travelling from Vancouver to Victoria in 2005.
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Excerpted from Window Seat, The Art of Digital Photography and Creative Thinking by Julieanne Kost. Copyright © 2006 O’Reilly Media, Inc. All rights reserved.