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Seascape Photography - Vision & Composition (Harve&hellip by Alister Benn
Having read and thoroughly enjoyed "Seeing the unseen." I was keen to read more from this author. Frankly I am a little disappointed.

There is a huge lack of books written for advanced photographers and that was exactly what I enjoyed about Seeing the unseen. I bought this e-book hoping that the series would progress in the same direction but I am not sure I am even going to finish this book, let alone buy the next ones in the series.

This e-book is written in a language aimed at people who perhaps have only just realised that a camera could be used for anything more than snapshots. It sits as an average text in a highly saturated market. I know that the author is… Read more
Bush Arts by Mors Kochanski
Bush Arts by Mors Kochanski
Bush Arts pre dates Mors more famous book, Northern Bushcraft, and is interesting if you like making things from natural materials.

There are simple craft ideas here that would be ideal for working with kids and the skills learned while constructing these projects should not to be underestimated.
The Hidden Power of Blend Modes in Adobe Photoshop by Scott Valentine
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brain Food, 7 July 2013
You probably won't use everything you find in this book but I'm sure you will find a lot to think about.

My first read of this book left my head spinning with possibilities I just hadn't thought of. As a photographer, some are of limited use but others can be used to tackle issues that are difficult to target any other way.

Intermediate to advanced users will enjoy this book.