PhotoSynthesis: the book

“What photographers don’t need is another book about f-stops, shutter speeds and lighting schemes. They need a book that tells them how to think about what

“What photographers don’t need is another book about f-stops, shutter speeds and lighting schemes. They need a book that tells them how to think about what makes good photographs… ‘PhotoSynthesis’ discusses the practical application of the intuitive process to photography — evoking that process, believing in it, sharing the joy of it.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE