i just looked at the 4 thirds forum and my goodness, how many have jumped from here to there! one day i may do it myself, but i have so many beautiful cameras and lenses already...
yesterday at barnes & noble i ran across a new national geographic book, a hundred photos submitted by amateurs - as good as anything the pros do. ah, the digital age has changed things.
so, i'd like to quote erasmus: "when i have money, i buy books. if i have anything left over, i buy food and clothes."
here are three books i've found very helpful and none focus on equipment:
(i'm sure you can get it from lenswork cheap)
(which i'm reading now)
(it only takes one tip to make you take a quantum leap)
now i'm as sinful about books as cameras. i've probably bought at least 300 photo books in the past six years. one failure doesn't make up for another.
does anyone have suggestions for books?