FUJIFILM CAMERA TRICKS & TIPS
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Subject: great little book
Subject: Generously Done
This is a generous effort packed to the gills with useful information from one of the most prolific photography educators out there. If you see this as a sign of meanness - there's something wrong with you.
Thanks Ken, much appreciated.
Subject: A good effort
He's moved beyond selling stuff and now claims he has never tried to sell anything.
Clearly he's stretched the proof a bit thin by saying that but this book is free and that shouldn't be overlooked. For that, he gets one star. An additional star shall be given as a gesture of good will.
The book is poorly worded, the photographic examples are poor and he doesn't even stick with a solid white background for his poorly composed shots. I feel this would help polish the book, but instead it looks like a mess... Much like his lighting modifications. He struggles with the English language unfortunately and this is highlighted brighter than his improperly exposed shots vs Jason Lanier in the embarrassing shootout.
On a technical level, his knowledge lacks. He uses the wrong adhesives, recommends using the wrong tools and altogether fails. He claims to be an expert and this is a tell-tale sign of the Dunning Kruger effect.
The cohesiveness of the book works with his general online identity. He claims to be broke but if you whois'd his nikon website domain, you'd have found his publicly available second address. From that, you can get a rough idea about his finances. I am not going to disclose private information but let's just say he is not broke.
Offering a free book helps support the theory of being philanthropic. He doesn't mind claiming to be broke and poor to garner sympathy and have donations sent his way, so I think this helps with the overall cohesiveness of his online identity.
Subject: Every Fujifilm camera owner need this
Every section is clear, concise but still detailed so anyone, from beginner to pro, can follow and learn.
Thanks Ken, I hope this book comes out in print one day.
Subject: Not just any photography book!
A very valuable resource. Book that discuss tips are generally messy as they are not manuals. This has a great table of contents in acrobat format.
I downloaded it to my phone and it’s going in the field with me this weekend.
Lots of value from someone obviously well experienced with cameras and photography.
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