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I already have a topic in the Forums on the subject of some good photography book recommendations, so I am not going to duplicate what I have already written there. Of course, the best way to start taking great photos is to get out there with your camera and start shooting! However, most of us can also use a bit of a grounding in the basics - or even some of the more advanced techniques. And there is nothing like a good book on a cold, wet and windy day, now, is there?! If any member would like to share the details of any great photography books that they have come across, they are encouraged to do so here - either by way of a reply to this article or by publishing a new article of their own. Members can also, of course, start a new topic in the artfreaks.com forums, if they prefer: https://www.artfreaks.com/forums/forum/9-photography/ More input from the members of this community site for artists and photographers will always be appreciated! Thank you!
I spend quite a lot of time in Bangkok. I usually prefer to just wander around by myself and do my own thing but, if I ever get some spare cash, I wouldn't mind trying one of Photojournalist Jonathan Taylor 's intensive photography classes. Street photography is something that has interested me for a long time and a bit of practical guidance out on the streets in and around Bangkok certainly wouldn't go amiss. I understand from his website that the courses can be tailor-made to suit the individual participants' areas of interest. If you are interested, just click on the link below and you can take a look at the website to see for yourself what is on offer: http://photographyschoolasia.com/