Another great book from Michael Freeman.
Although this is his first in the series, I first read Perfect Exposure (also reviewed here).
Like his other book, The Photographer’s Eye is *very* visual in its approach and *very* use case oriented. Lots of pictures (photos) and images (graphics, diagrams) to explain his views.
I recommend reading this book first then Perfect Exposure.
One thing I liked less in this one: towards the end, Freeman mostly quotes great photographers rather than share with the reader his knowledge… or maybe it is that I wanted to quickly jump onto my next photography book 😉