Announcing Capture Arkansas III


Announcing Capture Arkansas III

Building on the successes of the first two volumes, Capture Arkansas III is an all-new book featuring the best photos of Arkansas as photographed by area residents. This hardcover book offers a dramatic look Arkansas in fine-art photography. Its large format, high-quality hardcover binding and unique content make it a collectors' item perfectly suited for your coffee table.

Get involved: We are accepting submissions for the Capture Arkansas III book now! Head to the Capture Arkansas III book page on the Capture Arkansas site and click "opt in" near the top of the page. Upon opting in, all photos you've submitted in the past plus any new photos you submit are eligible for publication in the Capture Arkansas III book! Easy as that!

Vote: As always, only a limited number of photos can be selected for publication. How do we narrow down the photos from tens of thousands to a couple hundred for inclusion in the book? You are the answer! We need your help to determine which should be published! Jump in and vote "I dig it" for your favorite photos. Top-voted photos, as well as editors' picks, will be published in the book.

Special discounts: We have two special discount to offer Capture Arkansas users. First, as an introductory offer, the first 200 customers to use coupon code "caparkearlybird" can pre-order the Capture Arkansas III book for $24.95! That's $15 off! Once the first 200 copies are spoken for, we have a never-expiring discount for Capture Arkansas insiders. Use coupon code "caparkinsider" to get the book for $27.95 at any time.

Jump in: If you haven't visited the Capture Arkansas site in a while, now is a great time to jump back in. We just revamped the experience from the ground up to ensure Capture Arkansas remains the spot for Arkansas photography. As we venture into the next book phase, we invite you submit some new photos, vote, and get re-aquatinted with Capture Arkansas.


Chris Fenison

posted by Chris Fenison

published almost 4 years ago in Capture Arkansas News