Book Review: Mastering The Art Of Composition

In this digital age of iPads and Androids, there is a constant battle between eBooks and traditional books. This eBook seems to be a hybrid with a large number of pages and a traditional book price tag. The question is, is it worth buying? David Hay has the review

Traditionally, the market for books has been divided into printed books, which have a large number of pages and are sold at higher cost, and eBooks, which are shorter and sold generally at lower prices, commonly $5-10. This new eBook by Ian Plant blurs these boundaries, because it is both the same size as many printed books (287 pages) and is offered at a similar price ($24.95). This is substantially more expensive than his previous eBooks, which sell for $8. Is it worth the extra cost?

The Importance of Composition
Now that modern cameras are very good at focusing and exposing most scenes, I believe that the most important thing photographers should learn about is content and composition. You should always ask yourself what to include in your photograph and where you should place the different elements. This is the part of photography that ...

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David Hay

I took up photography at the age of eleven and have been passionate about it ever since. As a retired biologist I still marvel at the beauty of the natural world and try and capture the colours and forms of natural things around me.

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