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Fifty Paths to Creative Photography (The Photographer's Eye) Paperback – 6 Oct 2016
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"How can I be creative with my photography?" is the question Michael Freeman is asked more than any other by the thousands of photographers he speaks to each year. This book provides not one answer, but fifty.See all Product description
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Interesting read, very difficult to read on the iPad kindle app.Published 2 months ago by ChromeOrange
Very clearly written, comprehensive in scope and refreshingly light on the overly technical or hardware related stuff: it concentrates more on picture-making. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Trevor Jordan
Like what he says - break the rules/take risks/experiment. I particularly liked the section on Zen and photography which I have been practicing for some time. Read morePublished 4 months ago by zen rockman
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