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Norm Hamilton (1951- ) has lived in Whitehorse, Yukon for 40 years and is currently on an extended travel Vancouver Island with his wife, Anna, where he is meeting people and experiencing new adventures to write about.
He is a photographer and freelance writer. He is currently enjoying Lake Cowichan, B.C. Norm has written one non-fiction book, "The Digital Eye." It is a compilation of articles for people wanting to improve their photography skills or for those who want to learn digital photography.
His latest project is a novel titled, "From Thine Own Well," a story about a dystopian Canadian society brought about by unrestricted gas fracking and irresponsible mining techniques. It all began with a FIPI agreement in 2012 that left the federal government open to lawsuits - that they lost.
Michael J. Tobias
on Sep. 22, 2013 :
"The Digital Eye" is a well-written, information-packed, helpful little book on virtually every aspect of digital photography. Author Norm Hamilton clearly knows photography, and even though I am a complete novice, there were several bits of very helpful information that I can put into practice right away. I believe this book would benefit anyone, particularly those with a bit of experience with digital photography. It includes sections on lighting, framing shots, composition, and other techniques, as well as informative articles on protecting your pictures online. It also includes some beautiful examples of shots to go along with the tips. A very handy book for any photographer. I recommend it to anyone interested in improving their photography skills!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
Mossy Feet Books
on Aug. 14, 2013 :
I have enjoyed the hobby of photography for many years and still picked up a lot of tips from The Digital Eye. The book is loaded with helpful articles about composition, lighting and technique and is sure to help photographers of all levels. Indoor, outdoor, flash and black and white photograhy are all discussed. There is even a copyright section that details several method photographers can use to protect their work. I would recommend The Digital Eye to all that want to learn to use their digital camera to its full potential.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on July 29, 2013 :
What a wonderful and practical guide to taking a good photo! Simple and realistic language makes this such a useful tool for any level of snapper. Thank you Norm!
(reviewed the day of purchase)