Cameron Chapman

Chapman was born in New Hampshire, raised in Vermont and Virginia, and now lives in Vermont. She blogs about web design and technology for a number of leading blogs, including Smashing Magazine and Webdesigner Depot.She began writing fiction as a child, and has written off and on since grade school. During college she turned to screenplays, which she still writes (and hopes to produce and direct in the near future).

It wasn’t until being laid off from a national magazine (where she mostly did design work) that she wrote her first novel, the first draft of which was completed in less than a week (and will never see the light of day).

Since then she’s written more than half a dozen novels and novellas spanning women’s fiction, sci-fi, and fantasy, along with a handful of screenplays.

Cameron Chapman is the author of various works of fiction and non-fiction, including the steampunk novella series The Steam and Steel Chronicles, a women’s fiction novel titled Hold My Hand, and a non-fiction book on web design titled The Smashing Idea Book: From Inspiration to Application.

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Long exposures of the night sky

Next time you’re in the countryside at night do yourself a favour: look up. If it’s clear and conditions are right you’ll see a seemingly infinite number of stars twinkling like diamonds on a sheet of black velvet. As a visual pleasure it’s hard to […]

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Contrast is usually at its highest when a scene is backlit. In this image there wasn’t much that could be done to lighten the shadows. I exposed so that the highlights weren’t too badly burnt out and didn’t worry too much about the shadows. Contrast […]

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Black and White Portraits : Weekend Assignment

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