The Photo Proventure BookshelfThe Photo Proventure Bookshelf is a collection of books I own or have read that have played a role in my development as a photographer and as a person.

I’ve split up The Bookshelf into sections so you can more easily find what you’re looking for. You’ll find books on the art, craft and business of photography and more.*

Photo Proventure | The Bookshelf | Core Library

Core Library Bookshelf

This is a collection of the books that have had the biggest impact on my journey as a photographer. A mixture of all of the categories below, this is a great place to start >

Photo Proventure | The Bookshelf | Photography Books - Artistry, Inspiration and Technique

Photographic Artistry, Inspiration & Technique

Looking to those that came before us can give insight into the available paths for your photographic journey. In this section, I share the various photography related books that I love >

Photo Proventure | The Bookshelf | Photography Business and Reference Books

Business & Reference

If you struggle with the business side of things or just want to learn more about how to start or grow your business, look no further than this comprehensive list of business and reference books >

Photo Proventure | The Bookshelf | Relationship Building and Personal Development

Relationship Building & Personal Development

People often ignore the importance of relationship building and personal development when it comes to photography. These may be more important than anything else. Here’s a collection of books to help you start >

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BookshelfMatt Korinek