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Haje, why would you be reading your own book? That’s pretty weird, dude.

Books written by Haje Jan Kamps

Over the years, Haje has written a few books on photography — and on some other topics too. Below is a bibliography of sorts.

Why Photographers prefer cloudy days (2018)

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Beginner’s Guide to Photography (2017)

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Confessions of a Police Constable by Matt Delito (2013)

Wait, this is a book written by Matt Delito! What’s going on? Long story, which you can read here… Very short version: I wrote it under a pseudonym.

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The Ilex Introduction to Photography (2013)

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Shooting Yourself (UK title) / Selfies (US title) (2013)

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Focus on Travel Photography (2012)

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  • Discover how to capturing the spirit of your destination by capturing the quintessential shot that says it all!
  • Experiment with somewhat more exotic forms of photography that you might encounter for the first time in your travels-capture wildlife, an underwater shot, and much more.

The Rules of Photography and When to Break Them (2012)

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Creative EVIL photography (2012)

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Focus On Photographing People (2011)

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Macro Photography (2007)

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  • Experiment with natural light, reflectors, and flash units
  • Recognize macro opportunities in everyday surroundings
  • Discover the fun of the “20-step challenge”
  • Fix common macro problems with digital editing and apply creative effects

Put another Dime in the Jukebox (Music Photography) (2007)

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Street Photography: London

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CEO of Konf, pitch coach for startups, enthusiastic dabbler in photography.

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