I’ve lots of books full of great photos and lots full of photographic techniques and methods (film and digital), but one area I’m a bit thin on is books about why you take photos.
The short book I’ve been looking at is titled: On Being a Photographer. It’s a conversation between by Bill Jay and David Hurn
Subtitled ‘A Practical Guide’, it specifically mentions nothing about aperture, shutter speed or lens choice…
A great antidote to some of the academic claptrap I see written about photography ;-)