MyPublisher x Dylan Furst – Giveaway

Our friends at MyPublisher make really cool albums and books with your photos.

Their Premium Albums are built with beautifully curated materials and have an array of detailed options that elevate beyond the average printed album/book. From leather options to page thickness and everything in between, you get to choose all the details.

These Premium Albums are top of the line quality and have a super professional esthetic while the ease of the layout process allows photographers of any level to create these masterpieces. Simply upload your photos and they design it taking into account your personal style preferences. Approve the design or request revisions then they’ll handcraft and ship you beautiful new album. Easy!

To give you an idea of just how cool these Premium Albums are, we teamed up with Instagram superstar and Pacific Northwest local Dylan Furst and asked him to create one using his beautiful photos and MyPublishers design service. Here is what they came up with!

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Dylan’s beautiful album is a limited edition. There are only two in existence. Dylan gets to keep one and we are going to give the other away to one of you lucky Yodelers!

To win this one-of-a-kind masterpiece from Dylan simply sign up for MyPublishers newsletter in the widget below. If you want there are a few ways to get additional entries through the widget as well. We will choose a lucky winner on July 7th, 2015. Good luck everyone! (retail value of $700)

After you enter the giveaway don’t miss Dylan’s interview below.

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Name: Dylan Furst

Occupation? Photographer

Preoccupation? Preloader at UPS for 3.5 years.

Tell us something about you that most people don’t know: It’s hard for me to stay up past 11pm and I can’t sleep in past 6am.

What is your favorite thing about photography? My favorite thing about photography would be the way it makes me appreciate smaller things in life. When I go on a drive or hike I’m always paying attention to every little detail.

Can you offer a few pieces of advice to aspiring photographers? Go out and shoot every chance you get, pay attention to light and weather, and never be discouraged because it’s most important to have fun.

What is the theme of your limited edition photo album? I chose the theme “Green”.

Why did you choose the theme “Green?” I choose the theme “Green” because it’s a color I always try to incorporate in my photography, It has also always been my favorite color.

What was your experience like working with MyPublisher to create your beautiful album? It was a good experience. The site was easy to use and in just a few minutes I created my album.

What is your reaction to seeing your photography in a book format as opposed to online? There’s no greater feeling than seeing your work in print. It’s so easy to be distracted while looking at photography online, but when you have something physical you can really feel the soul.

What was your impression of the premium photo album MyPublisher produced for you? It was a good impression, the album was very solid and high quality.

What did you like about it? I like the thick pages, they are high quality and won’t be damaged or accidentally bent. The creative layout really stood out to me, I like the different sizes of photos.

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  • Jesse

    BIG CONGRATS TO….. Katie M Parker, you have been randomly selected as the winner of this giveaway. We have an email in your inbox. Please get back to us within 48 hours to claim your prize. BIG thanks to everyone who entered. Stay tuned for another great giveaway next week!

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Name

Dylan Furst

City:

Bellingham, WA

Can you sum up Bellingham?

Bellingham is right on the ocean yet it’s surrounded by forests and mountains.

Can you sum up the people of Bellingham?

Bellingham is very diverse, It’s a college town and a very popular spot to retire. Most people seem to share the same love for the outdoors.

Best place to eat?

Taco Lobo

Best place to drink?

Elizabeth Station

Tips for the visitor?

Hike up the clear cut above Lost Lake for views of Mt. Baker and Bellingham Bay and take a drive down Chuckanut Dr.