I just started to read this book. The author has some very interesting ideas. Towards the beginning of the book the author states that photographers should be shooting 100,000 images a year! I thought this number was really high, especially considering the life of most consumer and even pro-sumer cameras is about 100,000 shutter releases. I’ll update the review when I finish reading it.
One interesting note: The Kindle edition is $1 and change MORE than the printed edition. How does that make any sense?