More Joy of Photography

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Eastman Kodak Company
Addison-Wesley, 1988 - Photography. - 278 pages
2 Reviews
Emphasizes creativity in photography, provides instruction for transforming everyday snapshots into artistic works using special situations, equipment, and effects, and presents a wealth of photographs to supplement the text

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User Review  - Foxtower - Goodreads

The second of the "Joy of Photography" books. Flim photography at its best, and how to do it. But can you do the same with a digital camera? Only if it's a very good digital camera with someone behind the lens who knows how to use it! This stuff is never outdated! Read full review

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User Review  - Sarah InMI - Goodreads

I wad given this book as a gift from a well-meaning garage sale-ing family member. It was written pre-digital, so some of the techniques described weren't as relevant to me and the way I shoot, however, it had some great ideas and I learned more than a few things. Read full review

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Practicing for Spontaneity
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Simplicity Is the Goal
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Copyright

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