Driven by my thirst for knowledge, :smile: I've been looking for a good, advanced and technical book about exposure techniques. This is clearly not an easy task, since a quick online search makes it clear that, in this context, "advanced" means vastly different things to different authors and readers. Based on lots of online recommendations, I ordered Peterson's book but it's beginner level. I enjoy Freeman's writing style but his book receives varying reviews and it's hard to tell the level of it's intended audience. I owned or at least read a few of Ansel Adam's books back in the 60's (and hopefully absorbed at least some of it) but I can't remember that far back with any clarity so perhaps "The Negative" is worth re-reading? Can anyone recommend a good, in-depth book which moves beyond the usual "expose for the highlights" or "make the best use of your histogram" type of information? Thanks.