This thread could be considered at least partially research into what interests people and what they will consider actually buying. Or just a place to discuss the venerable coffee table/picture books we have all seen over the years. Specifically my interest in this matter is for a project I am planning, and I would like some kind of feel on what will grab people's attention where they will at least consider saying "I want to buy this". My focus will on the greater Palaouse region (see this Wikipedia page if that term means nothing to you). This is my current "home turf" so to speak and most of this region is a very reasonable day drive at most for me. My intention is to shoot pictures entirely in TRI-X film (B&W, ISO 400). I was going to use my Canon FTb-QL from the early 1970's (and FD lenses) exclusively but I am leaning toward adding my Canon SL2 from 1990 or so to the mix which enables me to use my 50mm F/1.4 as it is is an EF mount lens. This would cover all four seasons and take some time obviously, but here are my questions, or at least one for now: 0) Should I separate the 'rolling hills' shots and 'empty/scenic storefronts, small town americana, etc' into different smaller books? Or perhaps just different sections?