4 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Good Book. Cud have been better,
This review is from: The Photographer's Vision: Understanding and Appreciating Great Photography (Hardcover)
I liked the book 'The Photographer's eye' from Michael Freeman. It improved my compositional skills to a greater extent. It changed the way I think about taking photographs.
I purchased this book as I consider photography as an art than just a hobby. I wanted to understand how great photographers were able to bring in that artistic dimension to photography. Michael Freeman does not disappoint. Indeed he does provide various evidences with great details. It is very useful & enjoyable. Its more like a reference book which sort of kicks ur imagination. Or probably would try to justify your point of view or perception about a concept/subject of ur photography that might act as a catalyst for ur future photographs.
I felt the author could have explained more in terms of the application of the gears used..
However a good book nevertheless.