Twyla Tharp - The Creative Habit
Brooke Shaden - Inspiration in Photography
Nancy Hillis - The Artists’s Journey
Michael Atavar - Everyone is Creative
Lyne Marshall - Harnessing the power of the Creative Spiral
Charles Duhigg - The Power of Habit
Norman Doidge - The Brain that Changes itself
Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool - Peak How all of us can achieve extraordinary things.
Daniel Levitin - The Organised Mind
Gillian Butler, Nick Grey, Tony Hope - Manage your Mind
Brooks Jensen - The Creative Life in Photography (ebook)
Todd Henry - The Accidental Creative How to be brilliant at a moment’s notice
Jo Bell and Jane Commane - How to be a poet
Freeman Patterson - Photography and the Art of Seeing A visual perception workshop for film and digital photography
Michael Freeman - Fifty Paths to Creativity
Natalia Price-Cabrera - #NO FILTER Get Creative with photography.
(63 different techniques)
There are obviously other books available on technique.
Geoff Roe - Photographic Composition (Self published, maybe difficult to find)
There are, of course, many books on composition. The book above is one of the most comprehensive, though intense.
Bryan Peterson - Learning to see creatively
John Suler and Richard D Zakia - Perception and Imaging. ( 1920’s Bauhaus ideas)
Richard Whelan - Stieglitz on Photography.
John A Parks - Universal Principles of Art (lists 100 as A - Z)
Sue Cowley - Letting the Buggers be Creative (written for schools, but useful for photography)
Ken Robinson with Lou Aronica - The Element How finding your passion changes everything (written for schools but useful for photography)
Lyle Rexer - The Edge of Vision The rise of abstraction in photography
David Bayles and Ted Orland - Art and Fear The fears that artists face
Elise Hooper - Learning to See A novel of Dorothea Lange.
Andreas Feininger - Photographic Seeing ( a book published in 1973, has perceptive comments on photography).
Jim Krause - Photo Idea Index ( A ‘What If’ book )
Guy Tal - More Than a Rock Essays on Art, Creativity, Photography, Nature
and Life. (the title is taken from a saying by Edward Weston. I have seen it written that some regard Guy Tal as a philosopher on photography. He writes in an easy style)
Bruce Barnbaum - The Essence of Photography Seeing and Creativity
( A wide ranging book. Has a chapter on The Heart of Intuition and Creativity)
George Barr - Take Your Photography to the Next Level From Inspiration to Image ( A thoughtful book on Photography generally. Which concludes with suggestions on how to assess your level by looking at your Technical Level and then your Aesthetic Level).
Margaret a. Boden - The Creative Mind Myths and Mechanisms
( The initial three chapters give a good overview of creativity, especially different models).