Hi photo enthusiasts,
Perhaps it is a good idea if we select a few (to start with) good books on different aspects of photography for reference and such. This could be the start of a small 'photoclub-library'. I at least find it nicer to read of paper than from a screen, and we don't all need the buy the same book ;-) Anyone suggestions?
A quick and dirty search on amazon gives me for example:
- Understanding Exposure, by Bryan Peterson
- The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby (2006)
- The Complete Guide to Close Up & Macro Photography by Paul Harcourt Davies (2002)
- Digital Macro Photography by Ross Hoddinott (2006)
Also, perhaps a magazine subscription (which one?) is feasible.
In the mean time, Wikibooks provides several free content 'books' related to photography.
And on Wikipedia itself you can find the "Photography Portal" a good starting point for numerous Wikipedia entries related to photography.
Printed versions could also be collected in the 'photoclub-library'....