The hottest recent development in digital imaging has been the emergence of a new genre of cameras known as Electronic-Viewfinder-Interchangeable-Lens, or EVIL for short. These compact models combine high quality sensors and lenses with a portable size, and are the spiritual heirs of the classic rangefinder cameras although they cost a fraction of the price. However, most photography books, being aimed at the digital SLR market, fail to address the concerns of EVIL shooters. In Creative EVIL Photography, Haje Jan Kamps, professional photographer and respected blogger, shows how this exciting format opens new possibilities. Encouraging photographers to make the most of the cameras’ portability, discreet size, and wealth of features, the book offers inspirational composition guides for subjects suited to EVIL shooting, including people, urban landscapes, action, and more.