|What photographers don’t need is another book about f-stops, shutter speeds and lighting schemes.
They need a book that tells them how to think about what makes good photographs.
There’s nothing technical in this book, nothing to memorize, no formulas to follow.
Instead, it reveals what all great photographers have always known. The camera is just a machine. It computes exposure and handles focus very well.
But it doesn’t think or feel. Thinking and feeling require the human touch of a photographer.
“PhotoSynthesis” discusses the practical application of the intuitive process to photography — evoking that process, believing in it, sharing the joy of it.