Photography

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HarperCollins College Publishers, 1994 - Photography - 422 pages
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This best-selling, comprehensive guide to photography— featuring superb instructional illustrations— is the most cutting-edge photography book on the market. It offers extensive coverage of digital imaging— with the latest technological developments, such as Web page design and formatting photos on CD-ROMs. Chapter topics explore the process of getting started, camera, lens, film and light, exposure, processing the negative, mounting and finishing, color, digital camera, digital darkroom, lighting, special techniques, view camera, zone system, seeing photographs, and the history of photography. Step-by-step instructions include a " Lights Out" feature to help learners better identify darkroom techniques. For anyone with a personal or professional interest in photography.

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Textbook for the local digital photography class. Helps make sense of all of the gizmos on the expensive (overpriced) new SX30. Considerably less money than any other source. Read full review

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Contents

O Camera
9
Lens
35
A Light and Film
67
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About the author (1994)

Barbara London is associate curator of the Department of Film and Video at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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