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Lovely book and fantastic images - just wish it was a bit more "digital",
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This review is from: Transient Light: A Photographic Guide to Capturing the Medium (Paperback)
First of all, have to say that Ian Cameron has to be one of the most talented photographers I've come across, the images in this book are superb and he has an obvious passion for the subject.
My only quibble (which is personal to me, not a criticism of the book) is that I wish it had been written more for digital, or updated for the digital era. A lot of the shots and advice centres around 35mm film cameras... which although I admire, doesn't work quite so well for me as I use a full-frame DSLR...
Still, there's inspiration here, and its worth buying just to look at the photos...