Our BookShelf Favourites

Here are the books we found and loved:

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5 thoughts on “Our BookShelf Favourites

  1. About a year ago I got back into film after a long relationship with digital. One item I did miss from digital was a conveinent way to document the technical details of my film shots. I could not find a pocket notebook of my liking to document all my film shots so I created one myself.

    Your readers might find it interesting: http://www.63alfred.com/thinkthenshoot/

    • That is amazing, I always use a normal booklet, this will be great for me. Do you have twitter account so I can mention it in our twitter. And are you planning to be sold in Amazon uk?

      • Thanks for reminding me about Amazon UK. I just added its availability there. It may take a day or show up on the Amazon UK site, if you don’t see it there drop me a note and I will see what the problem is. I don’t have a twitter account (I tried it a few years ago but honestly do not see how people have time for this. Remember you are talking to a guy who used punch cards and fed them into a main frame when he was in college). I am actually on Google+ (https://plus.google.com/108160569228914160735/posts?partnerid=gplp0) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/john.kossik) though so I am not a complete Luddite.

        I hope you enjoy the book if you get one and I appreciate any mentions you can make of it.

        John

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