"Written for 35mm photography but still relevant in the digital age. I like that it's a collection of articles written by dozens of pro's; multiple articles on the same subject may seem redundant but it's good to see it from different angles."
"One of the best books I can recommend when it comes to, well... understanding exposure. It's easy to read, there are many great example pictures in it. If "exposure" is something you struggle with, this is probably the best book to get."
"Some complain that this book doesn't mention lenses and shutter speeds, but that doesn't do it justice. This book is about HOW, but not from a technical perspective. It shows the hoops Joe had to jump through to get some of the shots. Highly educational; it shows that great shots don't come easy, you have to work for them."
"Although this book doesn't offer a lot of depth it does give a pretty good overall introduction to photography. Personally I don't think you can get a lot of concrete information out of this book but it's great to fill in the blanks that other books don't cover."