A couple of weeks ago I went along to the PhotOkinawa coffee morning. The group is made up of photographers with many levels of experience, but all have a desire to expand their knowledge, and share their passion for photography.
At the latest meeting everyone was asked to bring along a book that they thought the other members of the group would enjoy. I brought The Americans by Robert Frank. It’s a classic that will be relevant and thought provoking no matter how much the reader or technology evolves. You can check out my thoughts on The Americans in a previous on the bookshelf post.
Here’s a list of the other recommended books.
Kevin Kubotas Lighting Notebook by Kevin Kubota
Pro Digital Portrait Lighting by Peter Hince
Bryan Peterson’s Understanding Photography Field Guide by Bryan Peterson
Untouched by Johnny Rozsa
VisionMongers by David duChemin
The Photographer’s Eye by Michael Freeman
Vietnam Inc. by Philip Jones Griffiths
The A-Z of Creative Photography by Lee Frost
The Complete Guide to Professional Wedding Photography by Damien Lovegrove
The Creative Digital Darkroom by Katrin Eismann & Sean Duggan