Freeman's "Photographer's Eye" vs "Photographer's Eye: Graphic Guide".

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Doug Pardee
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Re: Freeman's "Photographer's Eye" vs "Photographer's Eye: Graphic Guide".

KCook wrote:

Most definitely Freeman -

In that case, I can't agree with the notion that it contains "incessant references to historic critiques." The final two chapters, "Intent" and "Process," do include a number of (generally short) quotations from various artists, but someone briefly explaining why they chose a composition or how they go about selecting subjects doesn't feel like "historic critique" to me.

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