Alright, so I'm fairly comfortable with most technical aspects of photography, so a book on that subject won't be of a ton of use to me. What I'm looking for is a book that helps me "see" photos better and look for better photo opportunities. I feel like my vision has gotten a little bit stale over the last couple of months. I don't consider myself a "street" or landscape photographer, so books that specialize in those things are going to be lower on my list. I do a lot of portraits and also some photo walkabouts that can involve shooting just about anything. A book that fits into that style of photography is even better. I just want something that will freshen my photographic perspective. Photographers/authors talking about strange, surreal, or alternative photography would be great, as this lines up with my interests. Current photographers I really like: André Kertész, Man Ray, Alfred Stieglitz, Josef Sudek, and Diane Arbus. Thanks for any suggestions!