The Photographer's Eye
Welcome to the book club study group! Our first book deals with photographic composition.
We're here to study, practice, and collaborate. If you enjoy learning with a group, you're in the right place. We'll do that by reading, discussing, and taking photos that illustrate a concept or technique. We'll critique each other's images and debate ideas but only to the extent that we maintain a positive atmosphere and stay on topic.
It's simple; just get a copy of the book and join in the discussion. We'll try to cover a chapter a week, but feel free to skip around. Our first meeting will start 3/19 and we'll be discussing the book The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos by Michael Freeman . We want this to be a fun and open discussion, feel free to post comments, photos, and links relative to the thread's topic.
Order the book here or here or check your local Target or Walmart. Also available on Kindle from Amazon. Most of the first chapter is also available as a free preview at Amazon.
We were originally going to do a new thread for each chapter but several of us have fallen behind and/or didn't see clear divisions between the topics. So, this thread will be the sole thread for the entire book. Feel free comment or post examples regarding any part of the book but please describe the concept (or chapter) that you're commenting on.