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This book is very well written, it is both witty and informative.
Once you have used your flash enough times that you realize that there is so much that you don't know, it is refreshing to come across a book like this one.
This is a book that will help you take better flash pictures and learn to not be afraid of the flash.
Really enjoyed this book and it's one I'll return to over time to refresh my memory on some of Joe's Techniques that he explains quite well throughout the book.Published 5 hours ago by Michael J. Johnson
The book has amazing photo's in it, just like his website.
Unfortunately it's not a book that even a beginner will learn much from, it's more of an inspirational book than... Read more
No matter the message this book is so badly written it is almost impossible to read. I wish I could give it back
There is an art to writing informatively while being amusing. Scott Kelby has mastered it. Joe McNally has not. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Larry the Camera Guy
This may be okay for absolute beginners. If you have any knowledge of flash at all you won't get much out of it unless you like page after page of very bad jokes and drivel. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hans Bolte
The book takes you all the way from fairly simple instructions on the equipment to an array of real-world examples. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Russ Lewis
The author states that he did not want to write a book that was just a manual. This has a lot of humor and antidotes. I was looking for more of a manual. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Randy C
Joe is a good writer, fun to read and with tons of experience to share.
I picked up a lot of cool ideas, even if I'm an amateur doing much less elaborates flash setups. Read more
Love this book, its amazing what can be done with portable hot-shoe flashes. Joe McNally is truly a master with light and shares his expertise in a very straight-forward manner... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andre P. Jones