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    Post Exposure is a good book, too. If you Google it, he may still have the PDF soft copy on his website you can load on your laptop or tablet.

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    The Kodak encyclopedia of practical photography, 14 or 16 volumes, I forget. Should be a breeze haha

    The only encyclopedia I have attempted to read end to end.

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    If it does not have to be photography related one that I really liked is “Four Walls” by
    Vangelis Hatziyannidis.

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    The Ongoing Moment by Geoff Dyer

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb3lms View Post
    +1 for Way Beyond Monochrome. I just took it on the airplane to the UK with me and while big, it was manageable.

    -- Jason
    iwill not be responsible for the extra luggage cost
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    I'm going to carry only my OM-2sp and two lenses(35mm and 85mm) in my hand-luggage.

    I have ordered 'Zen in the Art of Archery' and looking for one more book.
    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
    Rolleicord Va: Humble.
    Holga 120GFN: Amazingly simple yet it produces outstanding negatives to print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb3lms View Post
    Post Exposure is a good book, too. If you Google it, he may still have the PDF soft copy on his website you can load on your laptop or tablet.
    goodpoint!
    waybeyond monochromeed2 is alsoavailable as ebook.
    Regards

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    Bruce Barnbaum, The Art of Photography.

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    Not crazy about Ctein.
    REALLY don't like Barnbaum's book.

    How about a less technical book, more about seeing and ways of improving your photography and exercising your creativity? I suggest Photography and the Art of Seeing by Freeman Patterson.

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    An enthusiastic thumbs up for Michael R's suggestion: Freeman Patterson's Photography and the Art of Seeing is outstanding.

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