The New Photography Manual

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Chronicle Books, Nov 22, 2007 - Photography - 256 pages
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In the tradition of the Artist's Manual series comes the definitive illustrated guide to all things photography-related.A veritable bible for beginners as well as an invaluable reference for accomplished photographers, this volume covers the ins and outs of photography equipment and techniques. Comprehensive and easily referenced, The New Photography Manual clearly explains all the essential tools and tricks of the tradefrom choosing cameras and lenses, through composition and lighting, to developing and printing. With tips from professional working photographers and hundreds of color and black and white images, this guide offers everything photographers need.
  

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Contents

lntroduction
6
Technicalities and Techniques
72
Themes for Photography
140
PostProduction and Printing
198
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Steve Bavister is Editor of The Photographer and author of several introductory guides to photography.

Lee Frost is a photographer, magazine contributor, and author of a number of photography books.

Rod Lawton is a technical journalist specializing in imaging software and manipulation, and author of several books on subjects including QuarkXPress.

Andrew Fleetwood is a photographer and technical journalist based in Switzerland and the Netherlands. He is the author of several books and was runner-up in 2004 for the BBC News Online Photographer of the Year.

Patrick Hook is a photographer, scientist, and author of several books on the subject of digital photography.

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