In the last six years, we’ve published over 240 posts here on PhotoNaturalist. With each new post, it gets harder to dig through the older posts and find the ones you might be interested in. It’s one of the most common comments I get from new readers.
So, I thought now was a good time to create a “best of PhotoNaturalist” eBook that contains all of our most popular posts (but only including posts written by me, because I do not have permission to resell other writers’ posts).
The eBook is 108 pages, and has 53 of my top posts. I determined the “top posts” by looking at traffic, and how much each post was shared on social media. I also tried to include a nice balance of subjects, so I separated the posts into four sections: general, landscape, wildlife, and close-up.
Table of Contents
Why am I charging for this eBook?
Since all of these posts are already available freely on PhotoNaturalist, you might be wondering why I’m charging for this ebook.
Well, it took a lot of time to put this book together (and to get it formatted properly), and I think there’s value in having all of the top posts in one nice easy-to-consume format. This is also an opportunity to help support PN and ensure we can continue to run this site and publish free content, and stay away from splashing advertisements all over the site 🙂
Get the eBook now for just $8!
The ebook is delivered as an Adobe PDF.
Also available on Amazon.com for Kindle!
I’d be extremely grateful if you wrote a review for the book on Amazon 🙂
How to become an affiliate
If you’d like to tell your friends about this eBook and earn a 50% commission for any sales you refer, then please consider signing up as an affiliate. Here’s how it works:
- Sign-up to be an affiliate seller through e-Junkie (the service I use to handle purchases).
- You’ll earn a 50% commission on every sale you refer. I pay affiliates within the first week of each month via PayPal.
- Feel free to use photos from the book to help with promotion.
- Consider writing a review about the eBook on your blog or share your thoughts on Facebook. But, please do not spam anyone about the book. Nobody likes spam!
- If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
About the Author: Steve Berardi is a naturalist, photographer, software engineer, and founder of PhotoNaturalist. You can usually find him hiking in the beautiful mountains and deserts of southern California.