“As a photographer, I love that Booxies can be shared and viewed online, but as a fan of the printed image, it is wonderful that people can order, collect and enjoy them as I always envisioned – outside the virtual environment. The quality of the paper, color and detail is beautiful.” – Sean Bagshaw
Exclusive Photo Books From Award-Winning Landscape Photographer
Booxie is an exciting app that allows photographers to transform photos, videos and graphics into shareable visual stories. Booxies can be shared immediately over social networks or kept forever as collectible printed books.
I am proud to be chosen by Booxie to be the first member of their Booxie Select Program. As part of the Booxie Select Program my Booxies are available in standard 4.25” square size and also in an exclusive larger 8″ size. Both are professionally printed to fine art standards and
feature semi-gloss high-quality softcover full-bleed pages and ‘stitch-free’ binding, matching the quality of expensive printing at a fraction of the cost. You can share or email my Booxies or order printed Booxies for yourself or as gifts.
Anyone can create, share and print Booxies. Booxie is available from the Apple App Store here, with additional platforms coming soon.
Flip through these exclusive Sean Bagshaw Booxies below
to view each collection.
Click on the red order button to purchase yours today —
Now available in a larger Booxie Select size too!
16 Full Color Pages
Standard (4.25″ Square): $7.99 each • Large (8″ Square): $12.99 each
“Every mountain is an ancient monument, each with its own personality and face. Born of pressure and eruption, they are battered by storm, shrouded in mist, bathed in light and they touch the sky.”
“Deserts are arid and often harsh environments. But they can also have a raw and powerful beauty. They are more diverse than many expect, second only to tropical rainforests for variety of plants and animals.”
“Forests: deep, mysterious, cool and shadowy. Visually complex with layers of forest floor, understory, trunks and canopy. Branches and leaves filtering the light.”