The Associated Press Photo-Journalism Stylebook
This new guide to news photography sets the standard for the three major kinds of professional photojournalism--news, features, and sports. Includes advice on choosing film, paper, darkroom techniques, lighting, cropping and more.
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The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law
Norm Goldstein,Associated Press
Limited preview - 2004
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