[PDF/EPUB] Michael Freeman's Photo School: Street Photography: Essential Aspects of Street Photography (English Edition) author Michael Freeman

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S much than just a matter of chance Michael Freeman details the optimal strategies for anticipating the action before it happens and the fastest techniues that ensure youre ready with your finger on the shutter for that critical moment A thorough overview of which euipment is best suited for each particular style lets you make the most of the gear you have even in the most challenging light. It gets a single star because zero isn t an optionAs the headline says this is the worst photography book I ve read It is written incredibly poorly and there apparently was no copy editor involved This is the first Ilex book I ve bought and it will be the last It s apparent that the author doesn t have a good understanding of street photography either 28 Detective Conan 28 particular style lets you make the most of the gear you have even in the most challenging light. It gets a single star because zero isn t an optionAs the headline says this is the worst Cabin Boys photography book I ve read It is written incredibly Yom Kippur As Manifest In An Approaching Dorsal Fin poorly and there apparently was no copy editor involved This is the first Ilex book I ve bought and it will be the last It s apparent that the author doesn t have a good understanding of street dictionnaire-des-onomatop-eacute-es photography either

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Michael Freeman's Photo School: Street Photography: Essential Aspects of Street Photography (English Edition)

Ing conditions And a series of exercises keeps you engaged and alert to the creative potential of countless scenes throughout your daily lifeBeyond the gear and techniue you will also learn to think like a street photographer recognising not just captivating scenes with engaging subjects but also innovative angles from which to capture them all with the split second instinct of a profession. Feels haphazardly written The advice given is rote and almost offhand in the way it s worded as if you were on a photo walk with a pro that didn t really give a rip about things that day If you follow Freeman s street photography advice you ll be led through a series of bad habits like starting out with a medium telephoto which I get that timid wannabe street photographers do sometimes and I was guilty of as well Great if that s all you feel like you can handle but why start people out with a handicap that won t help them get photos they want to get and purely conventional tropesThere is so much good street photography advice out there from people who are actually passionate about the medium Freeman has a bored paternal attitude that suggests that since he is good at other types of photography and does it for a living he is an authority on street as well but it s obvious from the advice he gives that this is not the case Save your time and money go with something else such as The Street Photographer s Manual by David Gibson which actually teaches good habits and has great examples for the sorts of shots you can take as a beginner For the enthusiast who just wants street photography books to read seriously why are there so few good ones steer clear of this one it will just make you mad

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The street aesthetic is in vogue than ever and rapidly becoming an essential part of every photographers repertoire Subjects are found around every corner each moment offers a new and fresh perspective and that excitement and spontaneity make it an ideal training ground for honing the skills needed to anticipate and successfully capture dramatic scenes on the flyGetting great street shots i. I bought this book a long time ago However some of the ideas mentioned in the book came in useful when I was doing street photography in Oslo I find Freeman Patterson s books conducive to making good photos


8 thoughts on “Michael Freeman's Photo School: Street Photography: Essential Aspects of Street Photography (English Edition)

  1. says:

    I bought this book a long time ago However, some of the ideas mentioned in the book came in useful when I was doing street photography in Oslo I find Freeman Patterson s books conducive to making good photos.

  2. says:

    I found this book very boring, as it didn t tell me anything different to what I was doing anyway using a bit of common sense.

  3. says:

    It gets a single star because zero isn t an option.As the headline says, this is the worst photography book I ve read It is written incredibly poorly and there apparently was no copy editor involved This is the first Ilex

  4. says:

    Anyone familiar with Michael Freeman s work would have expected a lot from this book, as did I I placed an order in advance of publication, expecting his usual mixture of expertise and accessible prose to help lead picture taking to the next level.This book is disappointing It feels like it was put together in a hurry judging from the numerous typos And judging by the overall slipshod impression created by th

  5. says:

    Feels haphazardly written The advice given is rote and almost offhand in the way it s worded, as if you were on a photo walk with a pro that didn t really give a rip about things that day If you follow Freeman s street photography advice, you ll be led through a series of bad habits like starting out with a medium telephoto which I get that t

  6. says:

    Freeman s books are always thorough and detailed This one is no different.

  7. says:

    Written for the beginning photographer with no knowledge of how a camera works The discussion on hyperfocal distance was incomplete and not useful.

  8. says:

    Excellent book on street photography Pace and flow are very good Coverage is extensive More like a guide than a school text

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