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This book is designed to help and stimulate the amateur photographer. It begins with a section on the history of photography, but the bulk of the book is devoted to a straight forward account of the craft of photography. It explains simply, and without jargon, all about cameras, films, tripods, light meters, colour filters, lamps and so on; it gives advice on how to work a camera and how to deal with the different kinds of photography from portraits to landscapes, from photomicrography to capturing the significant, moving instant of life. Then follow clear and full descriptions of processing, film development, printing and enlarging, touching up and finishing. The work concludes with a special section on colour photography, describing all the systems now available both in transparencies and prints. The whole is illustrated with line drawings by Gordin Cullen and a collection of photographs by some of the most renowned photographers in the world, both past and present, to provide the reader with example and inspiration. Eric de Maré (London, 1910-2002) was a British photographer, described as one of the greatest British architectural photographers.
|Διαστάσεις||10.5 x 18 cm|