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Creative EVIL Photography
Rating:4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Author:Haje Jan Kamps
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OK, just so we can be clear from the start, this book has nothing to do with becoming an evil photographer in the sense that you want to take over the world and not be nice to anyone any more. What it does mean is you'll become better at using mirrorless cameras also known as Electronic-Viewfinder-Interchangeable-Lens (EVIL for short).

There's a lot to work through in this book with a wealth of information covering various aspects of EVIL photography. It begins by telling the reader what an EVIL camera is and why they should use one before moving on to offer composition tips and guides on how to shoot various subjects.

The book is well illustrated and the language used in the lessons is easy to understand. The way the book is set out does make it look like there's a lot happening on each page but once you start reading you soon realise it's easy to work your way through each of the chapters which really are brimming with advice.

Obviously it's not a book for every photographer but if you own a mirrorless cameras you'll find plenty of shooting inspiration in this book.

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