Pink Sands: Art Nude Photobook, Documentary, Gallery Prints

A project in Charleston, SC by A K Nicholas

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Pink Sands: Rediscover Natural Beauty. Photobook, documentary film, deluxe album, prints, and art card set
Backers: 79
Average Pledge Per Backer: $133

Funded: $10,540 of $5,000
Dates: Feb 17th -> Mar 13th (26 days)
Project By: A K Nicholas
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Latest News

Passing the start line!

March 8th - via:
Hi everyone! We just passed the start line by reaching our funding goal! This is thanks to each of you. With five days to go, this is wonderful. The models and I are excited and the planning is getting into high gear on specifics. Nothing will be... (Read More)

By request: add-on digital images

February 29th - via:
Hi everybody. I've added some more options for digital images, similar to past projects. I've had a few people ask for this. So, here they are: Add 50 bonus images to any reward for: $25 Add 100 bonus images to any reward: $50  Add 200 bonus images... (Read More)

Video thank-you message from Megan

February 27th - via:
Hey, here is a video of Megan, one of the models I work with, thanking some initial backers. This was yesterday, so it only includes people up to that point. Also, we listed everyone who pledged for a hardcover or higher reward. It's just first... (Read More)

Week one update

February 25th - via:
Hello everybody. Eight days have passed and we are at 70% funding. That is great! I expect the Kickstarter to be successful before the deadline. To that end, I am going to be sending out update messages on previous projects. This means you might get... (Read More)

More Bonus Images

February 24th - via:
I am including more bonus images now at all reward levels. Higher levels get even more. Bonus images go beyond the 100+ included in the book. These will be high-resolution, downloadable. (also available on USB by request) With ebook: 10 bonus... (Read More)

More than halfway there!

February 23rd - via:
Hey everybody, thank you much for getting us off to a great start. In this first week, we've passed the halfway point. I'm especially grateful to everyone who is helping get the word out. Sometimes it's just showing the project to one close friend... (Read More)

Visual Theme Update: Sand

February 22nd - via:
There are a great many ideas and possibilities for design and composition in our targeted location. One favorite is sand. It forms a granular pattern that can be part of the foreground, disappear into the background, and cover the model.  (Read More)

Visual Theme Update: Light on Water

February 20th - via:
This is the first update to explain my approach to visual themes. Naturally, this explanation will be mostly pictorial. Because of the reflective nature of water and the motion of the surface, there are endless possibilities to create light patterns... (Read More)

A great first 24 hours. Some additional images here

February 18th - via:
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