Official Review: Forensic Foraging

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Digital photography is one of my most favorite hobbies. Wherever I go, my digital camera is handy and my target is the beauty of nature. I think this book can help me polish my skills in handling cameras. Thanks for informative review.

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Based on the review this book is not something that I would enjoy reading. I like to read poetry about nature and love. I did like that poetry lines up with the photography. Overall, I don't think I will read this book. The subject doesn't interest me.

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This book seems to cater to a niche audience interested in art and photography, which has been put together very well by the author. Thank you for the review!

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Post by C-obi »

A good review always involves the reviewer's honest opinion on the book. Thanks, Richard for doing a great job. Though I am not a fan of the arts, I will definitely recommend the book to art lovers.

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