Teach Yourself Photography

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Photography - 160 pages
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Teach Yourself Photography is packed, from cover to cover, with priceless hints and tips on all aspects of photography. This book gives beginning and amateur photographers alike the complete lowdown on everything from buying equipment to developing film to presenting finished pictures. And it covers the latest developments in digital and Advanced Photo System (APS). The book's large, full-color format makes it an easy-to-use reference.

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Contents

Choosing a camera
1
Lenses
13
Apertures and shutter speeds
22
Copyright

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Lee Frost is an acclaimed landscape photographer and one of Lee Frost is an acclaimed landscape photographer and one of the worldas best-known photography writers. His best-sellingthe worldas best-known photography writers. His best-selling books include The A-Z of Creative Photography, Photos That books include The A-Z of Creative Photography, Photos That Sell and The Photographeras Guide to Filters. He lives in NoSell and The Photographeras Guide to Filters. He lives in Northumberland, England. rthumberland, England.

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