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This book takes a unique view on photography and focuses more on what's going on behind the camera, than what's going on infront. Faithful to the title.
Many images and various amounts of photography is used throughout, pin pointing certain focus points that Freeman wants to discuss. This book could be read by anyone interested in the human brain rather than just photographers as it delves deep into human thoughts and how the brain works, then going on to relate to the images included and why we like or dislike things. This book is certainly something to look at. Because of the content, the book is easy to understand as no technical language needs to be used. I think this book is worth its price of £17.99.