If you’re pitching a how-to photography book, you’ve have to have a clear idea of what it’s going to be about.
Here’s the description I gave for Photography Applications to Cloud Computing, a book coming out in a few months.
Increasing numbers of photographers want to be able to store, access, edit and print their photos from anywhere without them stored on the ground in a couple of places. The “cloud” permits you store, access, edit and print photos online from any computer. The book describes the options and includes step-by-step procedures to assist readers in how to use this new and growing platform. Computer companies are discovering that access is one of the biggest concerns of computer users, which includes photographers. The cloud solves the problem of limited access and undependable storage.