I do most of my reading on a Kindle, and find it very convenient. However, it seems that few publishers of photography books are making their titles available on Kindle. I'd be interested in reading photographers' memoirs and technical 'how-to' books on Kindle -- in other words, books about photography that are not entirely reliant on photographic illustrations. Does anyone have recommendations for good photography books that are available in mobi or epub format suitable for an e-reader?
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I enjoy books from the publisher Craft & Vision. They are sold directly from their website in PDF. From there you can import it into the Kindle application for easy synchronization.
Kelby Training is another publisher that produces great books but are more of the basics of digital photography but they also have a huge repository of training videos. I believe they soley produce PDF books as well but they usually start out more than Craft & Vision's.
I have the photographers eye. It focuses on composition and gives very good examples.